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Full text of "St. Louis Argus, January 7, 1921"

i Exponent of 
Truth and Justice 






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Publahgd In The Intermit Of Colored People? 






VOL. IX NO. I 



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St. LOUIS. MO., FR#AY, JANUARY 7, 1821 



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A STATE WIDE 
MASS MEETING 
HELD BY RACE 



EIGHT WHITES AltD 

53 NEGROES WERE 

iron 1920 

Mobs Stopped 11 Times By 
Armed Forces. Seven, At- 
tackers Were Killed. One 
Man Lynched For Stay Of 
Sentence After Another 
Confesses To Crime. 



AxsiK-inlcd NYsro 

ti kki:i;i;k. a 

I ml «. It. Mlilon of Tllfk.-uw 

tiw iK.-ii.il ihi- r,,iii 

liliiu f« r iho]>nst .viNir from Ihe record 



[ life i.T I'hrisi ' ini«l .■<•!■» If *,ll .(tiler* 
I In the world tHs-ohio cankered with 
\ the. lust Of jnild and for worhlly |miwoc, 

-honors mil) dory lo the extent *if mm* 

Jletcly ectappluaj Hie finlili'ii Itule of 
hrlst. We Vrj-a our ih i>t>lo lo study 
uV^uile, Kln-iiitllit'U wbitl rciHi'l'i" 
iif Christ mni practice hi- precepts unit 



I cxanipli-.- always and wort 



■ than 



a fee g-; 



\;:iniii.\ll Criiiif. 

V (;t) V* are BRnliist nil erllllC llllrl 
criminals in our ranks or elm-wlier nJid 
wotiM csjieclnllly nrfit'* nil young talks 
to 'rmw from IiUfiiph* and C'l to work. 

I ateadr work anil k«n at inilnful [hi;- 

I suits, trt NtW, iL.Hwii- mill hi*-iu1 

S billy n.si-~sar.v and lls.-ful lliingn. 

■ ■ bivii"-". b*CP8K UMPU' I J "■>* sumo 

nf the UiotuutdH »liu arc- leavim; our 

txtionls '"Very year wholly .ifitieinlelil 

nn other races, iiimij' <»t ivlmin are f»r- 

eiaiit'f. M |Ivb "iir children work to do. 

(4) ffc *r*jc uni peotfifi idch nnd •"**, 

llifili. wln-ili. r |Hililii-i:tiiH or sliitcsiu.'n. 

to IH'itiui- disilliisiinuil. for DO people 

i, oi party in mrr free, A mo den fcwIIrniF 

at ■.".) » wpp give ii|iml rlclil" with- 

■ aprYiiil privUpp"r. ,>t.*t* to Uii'tnjtH' 
1 lli n pnj) rail* ai*l Battens haiv 

wnri »ut their own salvnlioiw; ha»C ' 
fclfcr !■¥ eilUCHlionnl. 11-imiiCllUnl. in 

• mistrial nml iimniJ 1'Ilii'K'in-y, what H 
v (hrlv.- liy nattml * riftfet*. Th.-n- i* 
*.-'l«* oJlicr- WW'. ftftiT n-ilili' iii-i' Hmlli'l 

• fiWil. Ami ^ wi- iirtfi' nnr Rr"»iii 
ImiiIits im Ulswmrl lo rnrrj Ihlx «»r« 
tii Hit our |«vi{ili>. tlint SitCrn riKlils, 
Jlfc>- K\-fty in her «hn1T> vf i"'"|Hi > "s.r!siiH 
viil uii.uv Ibi'u X«w«. tlii-in»-lvi,-n. 

'*wiwklii(!. t'liiWiiiB "i> trails tmslnfiw, 

owiiliiK ;iuj ilr-viln[»lui! mosv fjirtux 

. ■ With fii'p. mltlt. fniM, iliilrli-s, hyu. 

pti'l ut.irlii NiM,- tirivlncti*. . noil vul% 

'- tntHUwnH*' f 'T "J''"" ^Uf» lirlnctwlift" , 

"Hwn <vm lh t,iii!ii:, uiiltlnc ami Imvins 
. ftiCi in ami fur tin uij-'Iv.-s ami tboir 
»nv. soumj. «'lisHi)i? IcOiliT*- ii»l >"* 
. t-rpluithii; IrsntePi".... 

r (SI BtBW IIWHUII Ni'iirow nn.' 
' .tarjwlj- U. O. C mid iwl N«;ro*M iin- 
jf rcprrwiitnl In nuj* Blati 1 <ln-|Niriii»'iil 
f a* ili'l'Uly .ii r niTu-rwisC, m>r on tiiij" 
K' til tlw sri'iit at Icwst ItoanU or I'tnu- 

■ mlwtlOnK. iHir i-TBn iicrm'lti'U to !■■ 
nH*nlit*rii nf IHttrirt Krtuml KhmoIk or 

■au? I'ity lluoni ol Bcbvatlmi, ■„.! PT ™ 
et IJic Boiint at Kowait* ntr «ur own 
utile lqatitiiir. w? f(v.l tlwi imc Ni'urn 

Injlu.«trl* 1 CiiiniaUiiiKin, rfviitly Rruu!- 
«d «or pe(i[ili" iu the Ktntf- by tmth j*ir- 
thw at tfia era>Mt,wt w wt of n Ucttio- 

rtatli? U«viTiMir, shwil'l tw stntvlltHt' 

' «d hy iiuisarv HinPtnUwnm to U» »<•! 

I iTfM'iui; it >Ml sfcovld W inopfrrly s»^i- 

• j(.hrii..i ti. (lo ttr W#l work piuisililp 
V^-fir^Uw W"y "f mirvi'jinB. hol'lluic tnd-t 
' l«s buUtutM ini'l >n irnilntlnit '""" 

I ix-»iili' alf oipr Tin- ~'m«»-. tM i—Tti-i .^lii 
riHmi nml In lui.mir liion' useful. ilP- 
; slWhlp, nml iinnlmlln 1 rttixriiw wlmr- 
» rver thi'y at*- lb our tCVMt slaiw. TlilA 
f CraifemHf iwaTflly a nd *iiHi-r<-ly ap- 
' priivi* of jiihI t'liilipi--.-- lite i-i-i.ii ml 

• tnltl tin 1 Kiilftulld utork hrpin In wi 
rffeetlse HBd |wa<*lc*l a wir by tills 

• Nrfsa ImluKtiial t'uaiiiiiMlinj atol uray 

- uii )»i<i>i'- !!■ ■*■! nt.ii.Iiy i»-ti!!i-i it .-in.i 
t.- iiei^'li t... |Hin«y it- itv.vi wiu-k, year 
"'" ti yvnr a> olitrr otato <le[wrtHH'iita hikI 

- H«t)til'< mi'' ilwaalawomi an- aDil lute 
V-.br««l (or r**t*. t* ih* -rtaW'w beriw- 

i* '"' ?^" °<'"r>^«rT gr|»9> a ll out 



■IHi-er* 



• Meet At Bawling Green And 

. Discuss Subjects Of Vital 

Importance. Resolutions 

& Passed- Chairman N. C 

Bruce Delivers Stirring 

Speech To Conference 

(Wpeellll To Tlie Arsiixl 

Bowi.im; ijhkkx. m.,„ j„„. r,.~- 
Mcrera torn »H. <.v.-r tin- wbR- w 

SllKMoiirl iiKKeniriinl lien- on New Vr;ii"i 
•lay in niWWW 1,. ||,.. off lwll „i j, r 

!!»■ MU-Kinrl ll.iltl irful O-iim.^lcn. eom r il„l by M.mr, 

f**' 1 , 1 lV " S , '-' r '' ""■ r ' , "' M y '"•■ IPiluirliiient of 111 

E+it ' 1, ;' 1 . "*" 1 " 1 " ■" "■ '"' »«■■' '» -tin- „ r iih. Tin.k.w iiutLri 

■^.tn<^(i]>|K>rtiintty tn iifwuiue rile prli-i- ~™~ *..._. . JrT 

b'Ki-s of .■llizii!>:iil|i.,nn«l.iiixe[it Il» Intr- 
. denn. The ei-iiferi'iie,.. was must fj>- 
.' thiiKlnslie :ni.| Hi fl ful lowing rwiln- 
lima nere mloirtnlV 

(l>We urp' nil itar tH-ipIe of the 
a late hi nniw.ij vIrUhikv, and win* 
. for bitter. luoM IblinniRli. uitai.tabfe 
an-il iirat-lli-iil t-dueutioii for nil tnir 
yotHji. eliy. lown. nml esm-slly tho* 
in the emttiiry. 

('£) Wb aa 14. rttce Kiixip ahuubl re- 
Jotiv itiiij be I'linntri-renl. Hiat inula 

ail (be wodil'" eltnoM unit nHidislon 

anil tbese terrible (rnrvH of iTlnie. tiiirn- 

inpi. ri**lm;. munl'T owl traml'iiig, 

that Sikiii." »nwe|>tHile_ ht'inil inure 

•I«-|dy luilwieil with Hill tliri-tbinity 
i are lira. Ui-nlly fnv fi-iiu even Ulii!! 
r.-rtr?*fl»i of' MI-«- iiwrnl 1-r.Vat N'jy 
[ erfinrHi Ani> ••(. urge our in-opie to 

take taHltir livbl on tlie leiielihiira hi ' 



First Race Mm Jo Be Elected To Miss ouri Legislature Is Given Prominent Sea\ 

ALMOSTBURIEF 

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MORE THAN30 

WERE KILLED 
ELECTION DAY 



Investigator For N. A. A. C. 
P. Finds Truth Of The 
Florida Riot Has Been 
Suppressed. Will Present 
The Testimony To Do> 
partment Of Justice . 



AN EMANCIPATION 
SOCIETY FORMED 



NEW VOll* Jan. 6. — More II Kin 

lliirly Nenroi* wert! killed In the 

eleelinn' riots in OriiiiKc eiiunty. Flor- 

;eonlinR lo sliiHimeiiiK tnlil to 

alter P. White of tlie Nnlliinal As- 



■9^11 



luw prev.'iiint lvniliiiiu-s. 
10 were In Nurthi-rn StirteK 
mni -Id svere in Soullieni Sialic. " In 
-12 of Ibi. nisi's. (he pH-.niern were ri^ 
muv.ii or the miimlw were ani;ii,eiitiil 

— -'iber nni'iuilona iiiken. in h | n . 



VrliiH- 

rS'Smi"'' 

("mJkv2E^l wcfa,lon ,or th0 Advatiromcnt of 

is , „[ lii'si, h ' , " l(,, ''• , ' ''>-"I |10 - W- Wliita Wu nt 

"" Ocoeo incognito nml questioned rosl- 

ilenta of (ant lown, niutiy of 

whom were tlioiiiscl vea in llic mobs 

that committed llio crimes. Accouuts 



nml «s a riifliK. 7 i.f the iitttn-kers were 
killed u ihI si'vi-ml wouudiil. 

"Tliere were lil ihtm.iis IvnHnil ill 
I1CM, Of (Iu»r„ Si! wen- Itl .lie S«itth 
.ami II lii the North nml West. Tills tK 
23 lew tlian tlie mimhttr. X8. for tin' 
- — rl(HS. Of tlnwe lyiieh..] B «ecc 
dilliw. Uno^uT 



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pnt 



. denth 1 



wv... IS ur Ii-* tlimi » 
t in ■ i. ■nili. 



A MMit iiii|tpuprj.'ilr pC'Kmni ivin ren- 
■li-li-l M t IVn. omtnorinm Now Vrar'n 
iltrj lit i-i.LiUntt«IMrUh Ibi- 1 elelinitrnn 
of Hi.' FtaanelitMdS 

The 1 •. ■ ... i- -it „...i ]|s htsiurle 
reliitl.m to Hi.- Nittnfew In Amerini wnr- 
ills. 11.-.-I l.y do- TWrtleliciHH on the 
pmcraui al.leb wnH^aa follows: Itet*. 
Khtest d. Iti«l. Dr.", (leo. H. Mlevens 
I'eof V. I,. WilllnniSullr. J W. Murilu, 
Mr-. Annie ,\l. Uiifi.ite.HOd Mrs. Jn- 
lin t'litliti iliriK Bj-,1,,1 mutter l.v 
Anii.ii.la* J XV IVrty. ,,-nn. old of 
dili-iia... Mnsle l.y I'rof, tl.-r.ilil Tyler. 
After Ibi; prounun iCi-'inmo. lit Kniiiii 
ilu.ilon tkK.1it<r wan orsnnl»i1 wllb 
'■.;l.. .11111; oiuwrtt: rr.-»1ilcnt. Prof. 
'■. Wllllaui-^Vhi- l'n«ldeiil. 
Jlfllon..; *xreturr. ITuf. J. 
\V. Mi.y.rs; ■-..-■ Hnl.ldlis Illio;. 

In (ufjjierh'is Ibu (dno- of tile i'r.7 
piWJil orioiiiirjil^rii. ibe pr.-siilent Nt 

atilllorUed t.. ^.. ■ , „ ■ min,.,. ■ 
draw bo, nnd "ij . suih liy-luws 
uecessury to snoinVnlly enrry 011 I 
work i.f II ' \ 



ihe foil* 
KiVik 



of the kililDK "t Uto time deckired C-L-.l D«-_J 
Hint llvu '-VftTOOT htul been burneit ijCROOl DVtttU 

to dentil, ono lynched, and two 
Willie 111011 killed In the riotlnlt. 
Coiixrcssioiiiil Invoatlsation will be 



s ns.'il tn mn-l demanilnl. 
In 4 of thenuS"" The tesilmony tnkon lit Ooco will 

the mulis nave tinii n^iVl h c prescWeiJ lo tlie tlciiartmcut of 



iking For 
Site For Ooln Air School 






iteJI nipe. Tin. : . nf-ihe vi.-ti'ne 
irnwl tb <J.iillt TUf dmrj 

iigHluat tlKKW bnrmil lo de.iUi w. 

mix' nnd ninnler. 1 ; killius iHnilloril 

roseate, e- 

Tlir oiTensi-s ijinri;.il tin- whiten wen- 
Mnnler. '.; iiisiilrmi; wimkin. lino 
eluiree exiTpt bviUR 11 fnreimier. I :'kil- 
IUhjT UdkHl! of llu- law. 1. She aVnHWH 
boritisl ueniiiHt Xrenm weii- : iifnt- 
rtiT 3: ultMnptwl nmnl.T*. 4; kiilinti i.f 
D<t<r of IJto luw. 3: liillliu: lamll'inl In 
ilimpnle. II: rape. 1-1; 11 1 1 eoi|il>d rni«.. ;t : 
nsststiuji fiiRltie,. in i-unpe. 3: wnuml 

id In' r, j; [iisii(tlnp wimioii. - ; 

kniK-kiim down Kiinol. eseaviuK fmin 

•ennu and (lien trlnnilns and 

Hiirniiderioe. "; t jiiuii.ini; InbOr 11m 

.tract. 1; tbr>'i>l''iiinif In kill man. 1: 

nuin in u tlclit. 1 : for nti ie 

lin ring *<f ibntli siiitiiKT- U'<'im~e 11 11- 

ulln>r ed^folMd iriiue. 1: ("Thitn; tlifif 

Inilow at woman. 1; jinistimr on vu- 

tiUB. I. 

'fhr siniMi in wlili'h lvii''ltlni!s niv'tir 

ii ninl Ihe iirntii^T In iti'-Ii sl;|te. tiri- 
as f'.lli.ws: Arkansas, lj A'aleliun T. 
rnllfnrniii 3. Fli-riilji 7. Ilenrdo % llll- 
jois 1. Kansas 1. Kcnl'irky 1, Mlinn- 
sohi::. Mi-.ii-Ki|.|ii 7. llisMrun '1. Jorth 
Urn .1, lililii 1. Oklahoma S, S0111I1 
xaa lftrvir»i»iti MP'«^ 
Vlrtrinja 1. } .E 



THE THINGS THAT REMAIIf 



Dr. Ernest A. Main, pastor of the 
W.itcr "paver HHiHUt clinn-b of the 
cllv will bii the spl'iikur til llio meet- 
lax for" men that will he lield |n Ihe 
As.seinlily H 00111 of the Km Si. L»- 
parinient V: M. C. A. Sunday.. Jon. 
9 at .4 o'clock. 

Dr. Main is an deque 11.1 ami forcc- 
,fu! aiwsker und bis sur>Mk:t: "The 
Things Thai Remain", iy ou^df bbi 



most popular tbem'cs. 

The spaclal -vocal selections' 

be by Ur. 1. W. Stewart. 



SPIRITUAL CHURCH 

M«00 CAMPAIGN 

The fniupalpj fur S3.IMKI lor Out 
biiililloi; fuuii tin- tlie Christ !«8 Cijoii 
-S|iiritiiHl Chureti, 3737 Lawtnji sveBiv- 
m on. Tt«o Kriiiind bis alnady 
anrurnl nml Will- for. "Hw soli- 
eitors nrt' uow oOOntlaa tlio fnmls. 

help tniui. Be\: S. J. Weanhi-rftyd. 
iwtor ; L. J. Cooper. (B^Tetary, 



SARAH RECTOR IS 
ATTENDING KANSAS 
CITY HIGH SCHOOL 

J<AN.-.V- CITY, Mo., im: 3t— Uad- 
**tly any'nir tlmt nlxi'bra sad aoimntie 
n-ir-DiT lml.1 more iniiri-si ti.fi ktr tliain 
oldiT <.tn.lii : s. S.-inili C-'ti.i-, HW riclitsi 
eirl in the- w..il.i. ii imr.iiiin: ki'r -ml- 
ir- nt tlw UwtUi lllnh St-Juhd. Iki> 
dty. __ ■ 

Ubw Itwlor. iiU'*ni whom iQe ne^- 
r-'i's i.f tin- eWBBtry haro iwO w.ieli 
any. la Utv yanv iViiorcl girl fr«i 




Juatico nt the .dcpartiuonf_ 

Friday by Dr. White, who is lissJslant j 
secretary of the association. He 
wns hi Oeoou 'Friday, Novemhcr.fi, 
and qiienllun'ed ibu resldonls of (ho 
little town, which Is IX miles from 
Orhrodo. 

Thcieitlmony.ltiat Mr. White will 
offer le all liaarsay. 11 is impossible 
;li lnye9tlKiitfon,_ho 

an Information la Boarded, 
iktal inventlgator. bo added 
■ I'li'ii.inl danger of his life, 
tographa and depositions he- declared 
to "be out of Ihe question. 

Mr. Whflo ffflluml tilx In Tot ran Hon 
on the Dane massacre aa :v pro»pi 
lie pmvinv-ier of land. With such 
Introduction ho conlil ask question* 
freely aiitf receive unreBtruinod an= 
swers wllboul beliifi inibjected to sus- 
picion.' 

"AltWiKh- newspaper itls'n&tebaa 
of November 4 deolared that tlvo 
NeRrocas wore hurneil to death, ooe 
lynched and two while men killed 
in the rlotiiifi. - ' declared Mr While 
lo the Evening i'osi today, "evtifeueo 
gat bored on Ihe spot provwi that a 
far larger number was killed 

Talked Witt Hanv Citizens 
. "I talked with u large number of 
white citliens of Orange County. In- 
chid In k lawyers, merchants, murtfcf- 
Hclala iMS^thers of the typo wno 
would bo conversant with the facts 
Tltc lowest number rIvuii of Negrota) 
killed was (litrty-lwo: Lbo lilghesi 
llfty-sli. The averaRo iiHinImr given 
was between thirty-two and tliirty- 
ilro. ' 

"II woj declared that Mono Ncr- 

ifian.whose attempt to vote after the 
local KuKlux Kliiu hnd warned all 
Nosroea that they would bo killed 
if they attempted to vole, had neither 
paid hie 'poll tax or registered; 
The registratii'n hooks ot Orbitido 
ihe cotinly seat. Hliuared'that he Ka.l 
iimallned in every way and bud proji- 
^rly registered 

"A iiioli at lurked DSortuan at the 
polls at Ocoee. beat him severely and 
demanded that hc bo homo. Not 
sa»lsn«4 ^viih ihis. evldonco - aaowa 
that tlie mob formed lo larger uum» 
born; went lo the eoloeed selUBaent, 
set hre Lo It, erematinn; nil the col- 
ored* man. women and chiidren who 
wore |n the building*. Hfehu-uii 
hnises ,lwo churches, one aehool 
I1011H, and a lodge hall were burned. 

"When Negroes atlenipted to fleo 
from the burning building* they; 
were either shot dowo, or drfton baelr 
Into Ihe flames. Among those burned 
10 death ware a colored mother and 

•'It la said in Hie. community that 
liotween elKhl and ten whites were 
killed, -The total number. -of .Ne- 
groes killed will probably never bo 
kjio^'n 

"tie fore the embers bad cooled* 
moBibers of the mob searched the 
ruins caRtrly for lbo charted bonea 
of victims aaaouvenlra. This offers 
iiutone ot the many Instances, of the 
i.ii.b violence now occurrinx in the 
^outh, moat ot which, are hot re- 
poMed tn the lAwtnaperB. 

The Ku Kloa Klon's revival ts 
causing .1 rapid increase in the tease 
new of the feeling Id the Sooth, and 
unless the aclMtles in Inviting race 
ivetudire of men Ilka the ImeeriSl 
'Wtxairn' oj the K Ian are checked liy 
d seen 1 law abiding clllseoa, serluue 
iroublo cannot be averted." 



EDIT0RCHASE DROPS DEA0 



WA8H1Ni;t'in. : 

I'tjli'la fhas. iiiilor 
Ilrt-. druiamj dewd 
ki< unsay owmuia^ 

pleneeM R| ljS jMf4r^srAsWc 

' beftfl 



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dal.liskmejil,* an Ojieil Air rlehnol 

Xi'kTji eliUiTci'ii sM'tiis linirer lhait 

before, aiTunllng Ui rcporti of 

ni'iliiii on Ihe part or the Hoard 

of Ediienlloii or Sf, Lmiis. 

The 11...111I ..f Kiiun11i.1i, nuil (lieTn 

benulo-N S.k-|<'1v of Suinl lj.uis [ion 

bejw working i^niiiEsiui.ii.iiU.v r..,- thh 
p-ixv<w for p".tt.'eilm.-, ami have, it is 
mxl.'cst^nd, linoll.v uMiilin 1 

^. ; >ifrtrn;i.!-..n-7iB^jlWli Ii, IliU oBI. 
tills ,\iie w.H fowrid by . I ho Tidwriiili 
Is Society of S;i?.;l U-uls. aoil has boon 
aiqiroviil by Mie |bV.ml of Falin 
oil" lb 



feu I. An I 



1 tlU' Kite 



- I ah 



hiilldlni; Uhr JsiuoJ 
ntiiriifl and I'Vc.ryimi' tut' -rosiwl la>in"i 

ih.' M'lmii will !«■ in r*rntfaa,bs » ; 

!>i'i;iiiiiiiijr of the .'uiimier ot Icnft. : 
iii! iiii.i'H.ii tin-* Ihtii gjveii out us 

■Sere til.- nite for Ulf at'jxiol is. 

'A It'ller to tin- 1'ilurlpabi of the n 
•tiool" of St. 1, ' 



J.*,, 



ML -Witlii-ri. Suia-ri 



Vilir.aiii.ii is fntt-r«)tbS in thlsciiu- 
SHthtt. If fellows ; 
To rrinctiwils ..r Cdonil iSchools: 
It has Imh'ii rein.rtnl lu this ntUiv Ibnl 

t|w delay In Dpuiauc an Opra Air 

SfJioul. tOt lUimi i-hildren lias i' 
a L i-oimiik-riitile nanilHT of Colonil . 
Vi- M skfp!l.'iil atlltiwlo 1" regard in 
&f> lutentlon- of the Ilonni of Kdu.a 
Qofl and the Tiibcriiilwis Sofiefy, Kr- 
lieVing thai lids aliunde Is dim to uilx- 

SiidcirtalldlnK uf'tli.' pa*ltion of th<- 
oard of EilHnilloii and'of the Tuln-r 
iiilrkts rSneietv In regard l» the eslab- 
lisloneul of sinii sili.».l. 1 n~k that you 
bnlttg to Ibe nltenll.ui of ()«• h-nehi-rN 
*tf your school, arid whenever yun hiiie 

opiiortiiiiity. lo yuur iiginuu; the finds' 

in regHrd to -this imi'l-en 

"The Hoard of laln.aEioii him definite-, 

jy swio oit retiinl mi nwiroviUK the 
ois-iiliut ff'.aii Gl*n Air Sehitol for 
"olnntl Children nnd 1ms l«*ti SH'klng 
^uilaldr sjt« fo^sui-lia whiml. -The 
He'liiy in in 11* wise due to I no TOtnT- 
eiiloi.is S'l.-li-ty. Tlie Tolieritilusis So- 
ciety lias i^sig.il llu- same supisirt for 
indigent Inlurnl i-bll.lren us It gives 
imlip'iit white eltiidniiiii tlie (/ui'ti 
,\l r rleb.njs. -The Itmird of Fdii-atimi 

feat jiwsrttt nwijerni Inn 1 with lhaji'11- 
liereubMht hoeh>ty In an emlenior lo 
Hull 11 sul|:tWe lot or lots uuou which 
hi "!»■« Air lii'hool for Cnh>nsJ ehil- 
ilrtu ceu be (ilaced nurt » i* our h.-ite 
tbiil sui-li it site will tie found iu the 

Ml fitliire- 

JlfOTrcIftllly, * 

Jofm Wl Wtlliera. Soperiiiteudeut. 



b6y KILLED BY CAR 
UN EAST ST. LOUIS 

: Itoi.il Hoherhann an H yesr old Col- 

ire.1 Isjy n*irtStui at 30 North Thir- 

ii-cuih stcit-t. ftist St- Jamfe. *■»» Hi' 

staiiily kibil -whi-u struck hy an Alia, 

street car on Hrondwey. nwir 

Tliirtecntli stm^, VAit Ft. U.iris. at 

ti t/i+«-k. Wi-hicwtay nhthi. 

Tl« boy wns burTytag'to otti-ml 

niolimi iduiitn' slum- a Work away. 
ii.i run acrun tin- >'rcet la ttie mbblle 
.C tli.'l4ock dirn.'tiy In fnait of the 
MriTt *ar, Xl<.- wan' hawked M tlie 
iwvemcut ami tiled io*tantIy from n 

.•(.mil skull. 

riii- limry an* taken. Into II 

'hTtaklng purloin, a few doors fctHO 

thv ae. hinitt. No !irri'>!>- wrrt inmir. 



AsiwiiJatisd NearoTreia 

HIKMjXCHAM. Ala.. .Tan, .1.— 
r*noBUne»-^(e(;roc»i" la the wty~hav>. 

-nknl .ajs^fwrt tlm apreed of tuber- 

-"■ araonu Jl.c K»co in Hit- etly. At 
it nanrtidj; Or. tivona- ri'jviw wae 
execmii-w wrotary. «T saaati' 

...shwlfi A*w;inti.-a». -Tb* 'efljMJi*.- 



BISHOPS SAIL TO 
FILL ASSIGNMENTS 



(Special To The Arg;us) 
LONDON. Ens., Doc. IT. — Attor 
nil interesting voyajte across Ihe 
ocean and a two weeks stay In Eng- 
land, bishop and Mra. W. T. Vernon 
sailed for South Africa today, where 
the bishop will ujilor upon his us.. 
slgnme.n* hy the A, M. E. confereuco. 
Their address will bo No. 2 Hanover 
St.. Cape Town, South Africa. 
Bishop Clair To Liberia 
NEW YOniv. Jan. 5. — Bishop 
Matthew Wesfey Clulr. one of the 
first two Negro bishops elected to full 
rank of Ceueral Superintendent in 
tho Methodist Episcopal church by 
Hie Cleneral Conference ot DesMoltiBS, 
May last, boa sailed from New York 
ubord the steajnship Kgha for Mon- 
rovia, Liberia, where be will take up 
his Episcopal" residence. 

Dlshoi) Clair Is accompanied to 
Monrovia by Mrs. Clair, Dr John H. 
Heed of Liberia, and Mr. Cyril Henry 
of Montreal. 



DOUGLASS LIFE INS. - 
MAKES BIG PROGRESS 



The l*o 'i glass Lire Insurance Com- 
pany of Am.tr tea, the Hrsl Nogro In- 
surance Comjinn/ to qualify under 
tho Strict Supci'-'laory laws of the 
State of Missouri Ii having unpre- 
cedented success. It iocelved Its ccrti- 
ficutc.of* Incorjioratlon on the 18th 
day of July. 19Z», and im 111 ed lately 
began securing apolicatluns lor In- 
surance. ' - ''■ 

It is worthy to note the vast 
amount of iusiness that this com- 
pany, haa, been able to secure in the. 
course of a vury hv utunlhs, 

■*ji AfKtiii ruiiriwuibtivri. visited, 
the office of tUu llouglass Life during 
the week and there found the 1'resi- 
dent, Ur. J. M \Vell and his ollicu 
force very busy, shaping up work for 
the New Year. When Interviewed, 
Mr. Well stated that "Tho Rood that 
the Douglass I.lfo. Insurance Coi 
pany of America la doing in I'll 
community from a standpoint of pj 
lection, moral influence end llifh.. 
clat aid ia beiug felt and the com- 
pany Is in a position to five to our 
people in this state the beat protec- 
tion that can be Riven thcui. Willi 
It* many induontlel representatives. 
the business In being rapidly Incroas-' 
ed and the office of the Douglass I.lfp 
Insurance Company ot America is H 
regular "llec Hive" ea far as 
Is i-onrcrnri. 

The Secretary -Troausurer of /(he 
Company. Mr. W. II. Mosby ataUid ii 
an Inlervlow that "The vasl aiiount 
of business that tho DougluaV Life 
Is receiving la far beyond al/sxpec- 
tatloas." ,'{- 

The Medical Director, EH (1. J. 
Diion was found very bullly en- 
gagod In cinininlug nml aihfbving 
iippiira lions, his words weff. full of 
moaning yet few. He silted Mi.it 
'The H-.u-.-l..-- Life is Crest.*" 

The other ofScera ot lb/ company 
are full of smiles over the/wonderful 
sucrose of the company. Aiey are as 
follows: - Rev. J. K- IVrker, PJret 
VU'e-preiident; T. A. l/eksoii. Sec- 
ond Vice-president;, j/mes Town- 
send, Third Vlee-pres/lent: " 
Morris, assistant secret " 



Large Delegation Of Distinguished St. Lotiisan r ] 
Witness Event And Pay Respect To F 
To Be So Highly Honored; New \&w^t 
AppWed And Is Visibly Well M die g 

it in an Old 

AN EPOCH IN HISTORY (^JZi 

h h " r] ideal in 



THE OATH OF^ Company , in 

; ; he confidence and 

"/, Walthall M. Moon: rVc/ircJCMUTolSl the public ill 
affirm, that I will suf-fort the Co,Lfa U3inQe f that COIl- 
«»"' "' ""' ii'tatc of Miss.iun, and fu eve rvonp ninePiv 
my office, and that 1 will not kn *° everyone sinceii 
tii'tTlty, any muiiey or other '.al as year- 

or nonperformance of anv act^Q 

»,her than the comfesatU,;^ INSIJRANCE CQ _ 



■, m. r hi. 



Lcttal Reserve < 
Atlanta. Gn 




j 

an. Sr-The 
i St. Charley 

I* i.uidi.' ln- 
ven by Ceu- 
'. at Itenevii- 
iB* Dec. ai 
the liuthtina- 
iTuii.it.' mi to 



Mias-bil to. Tb* A.ri_ 
HT. CHAKLKS. m 

hissiest affair iiullnl/of 

tllbiii may y moiillis s 
stallatiim npd Italic— 
mil Mar Lodge T. 
■ nt Hall, .Friday 
Thv seiitlng njM 
as ta*xetl by Hume 

Th# feulatiw Of 

most excellent ad 
luiuei'llor X. W, 
>s.-(urer R V. Ada! 

j-'eutli im-ii neeiiH-d 

that evening. Prn/JAdnms spoke 
r.-nnlrely upon 
tifiiia of 'Brolherl 

I -i".i d i-i >i i u 1 1< 11 V 
luei'i.'iil and II 
Order, which 
CU«™ltt»r ) u 

( l.ii.nl reaisvls 
same ).i!.. iii--- 
white fra 



; were the 

of Onad 

ayd and Grant) 

Both of these 

1 1 tarty gtriitl tut 



earers of the nit- 
-ii'iix:li of -the 
n>njp a writable 
of fhi- alsjre Bum 
which- Is mil in Hi- 
maailer aa the best 
d iliMiran.i' Issih";. 
- captivated by hit 

a table laden with 
mason, wns sprea't 
dune to tin 1 many 
thereon. 

wan then appruprl- 

terwhWi the many 

tsliing for many rw- 

. . evening nueul * It Ii 

* i id it- QHsefnguished. 



T30N WANTED 

w wlBisfejutn of 

HrtbphHw 1* B»U 
A*. 



Sffiai Ti' The Artjtis 

JKi-l-l-RSO.VaTY, 
bly of thi- Missouri ; lAtgisJEtiuri; toii. 

Hiicivus ninonj; those wjjsrii.>ok llio ohiIi't, yisrient IlCiir you. 
a ?>'caro elected froirhi{t*Vfc".ixth Missouri /)istrki,__ 
- Mr. jU/iorp'r'iKsU.was tiu^il u[i with pencil, cate 
*i-St^*y<e*,(C*iUaiu;j>i..ji!iri); 1 i ot-;iriiviuus .vtW'ii'" -J«ll&i^iJ, 
lxK)uc( rrorH L'liidn Mcitiorhd Clmrclt, of St. Louis- 

JliMttfTi inirrutcs after the oiienfjig of tlie seSion, Emest E'alill" itl 
St. I .obU Arrived with a riot tif rjowen, lie was itict iit.ttic corridor by 
J. Ii Mijtluflt. editor. St Louis Argu^who relieved hint of the flowers. 
-Niitwiiiyiantliny; tlie fact that .the house wiis in scsstnn.'Mr. Mitchell 
ijuivttjrWTlrthchiitfh'ImiKh of flow ws lo Mr. Moore's desk, which is No. 
Jf$, anrt'as'he arranged them on thcilcslt, spontaneous apiilausc. greeted 
ir. ^iot.'tei-froiii ihe audience which hc received with a courteous bow- 
Jtji he ioolc-his seat he was almost hidden with (lowers. The tags bore 
fl* nnnifs. »l the Citizens Liberty League, St. I"aul AHJ, E. Church, 
^loti Miiitotml Church. Rev. II. H. Harris, llorist of St. Louis, and Mr 
locution: J. \^0liU,<y of St- Louis. 

.;;.'..-'•.' ' mSTOHICSETTl\ T <; : 
At Ihis tiirCtsalf eyes were turned iipon Wahhal M- Moore, and it 
SCt-iiicd i hat the raeoaml women in the. ass^mbfy began to realize the 
more (hat ihe Kiity-first Genera! Assembly of Missouri Legislature was 
real|y a his'.orical event. 

response tolheir popular feelings, the visitors as we'l as the legis- 
lators hegaD to tliscjiss the young man upon whom all eves were fixed as 
the first Xojjro in the SLtte lo he So lliglllv honored with a scat in that 
august IkhIv 

poring the cece monies, Hon. Hi ram I-.lojd, Lientcnatit Governor of 
Ihe Slate came in, and after hotting over the ajudfcnce. walked down ihe 
Iclo Mr. Moore, grasped his hand with a hearty shake and o nigra tula-. 
KM liira as fte first oj hi-. Race to sil in the l;iw-niaktno bod? of fh* Slate. 
A reported of The Argus had arratigcd to have a picture of -Mr. 
Moure taken foltewing the ccreijony. aod.it required thirty minutes for 
the photographer to get his camera trained on his oJijcct, owing to the 
crowd which surrounded Mr. Moore con gralufci ling hhn. 

VV*onien, wbitc woiltcti .surged several minutes nuking their way 
throngl;. the crowd to. offer their congratulations. They seemed to have 
ariqiireri (he Mowers so much. I >m- was heard lb .-say, 'I want one of those 
flflivers as a couvenir in honor of the first N?gro to take an official scat 
in thiigrcal half." . < ■ -~r- 

.%. one. by word or nct r whiiJi was noticeable showed anything hut 
the kiudesE f'/gards toward Mr. Moore, h-is-getierallv l.dieved ihat a 
pretty high -lass of Alfcsouriaits make up the legislative body of the !ow- 
<U Itoil.^ of llic Fifty-first General™\sswnbly of Missouri, and as such, 
they are proud for the mosi'part in beiug a part of that historic assembly. 
itt- Moore, said it was ihe happi-st moment of his life to sec the 
ioyalK of his Kacc, and the democratic spirit manifested tby ihe white 
racewiioiiirt will.bc his to work with during th: next twoycars. *-• .' ' - 

' ,"ST. LOUISAN'S PRESEKT 
. Atootip the prominent St. Louisaos present to witness these ceremo- 
n:-s were: J, & Mitchell, cdifororThe St. Lou& Argus: Wrn/H Rank- 
Attorney Gets I_ Vaughn. Dr. T. A. Curtis. Fatter I>. K. Clarke rrcto--' 
*W Saints thurch. Arty. Albert Kurgcss. Ernest I^tilb, it. R. Freeman, 
.■\frty. Hu'chms Inge, i Vision Ingram and others-. Rev, J. Lyle Caston 
pastor-IJroa Iway liapliat Church of Columbia, Mo„ fortnerly of St- Loui- 
was prese:rt, als5 Rufus Logan of Kansas City. 



-wi£8S V * ?J. WOM EITS , "=t aa hoetMspg during the serte* ot 
IS B SGIJI A fJTTVrrl-M open ^eetthST All former pTeal' 

The tnt of /^a of . „. opealS S ^y' neat^-X" p.Lt 
sieetliurs of the City Fedaretton ot.tonn, .. . * 

Women'. Cioba will be be* at Ota Followina; I* tho n*w JSiecatlin 
iTiro Auditorium. Sunday. Jan.. Slh.l staff of the Federatfcttr ..f- t **" t,,< » 
iLi. P , m ." ,^ ■i«'« **« P«-Witwi of Mra- A. E.' Malone, t-rW; Miss Ar- 
praelical talks and music haa been -sard* Wiillijaa, BwuWve •££ 
K■^"SwK G .T!l-^" , ™ D, tha Mia. Florence ThomaT Mrs - (? K 
IV*.: -What Is hjioje accomplished ^KohJoson. Mrs. W. 0: Anthony vice 
by Women thnnifh OrKmlWAfm:' \ J>nm*n»? ~Ht* Wfe. Peek a«i 
All Women-. Clubs and rtltBrorfani-jKuryr kta zToobi. ^£»Jd«? 
sationaol woniea are ur«»a ta parti- Cof Se«*tawy;f JfjE nUvn*t7casler' 
el-sUe. •!>« Fed»r>Uon,i-^»IaaniBs; Traaam»r; Jfni;TT araiSmafTl 

"— All freatCeahfr -at ChiK *■*., 



ti terthe aext eitts- 



'&m it &%&&i! 



■ 



PAGE*TWO 



Try The Famous 



Lly ra Hair Beautifier 

If your Hairdr^Bser Cannot Supply 
you, get it fromrme nearest Drug Store 
or direct f roi 

THE SLAUGHTER SYSTEM 

3001 Uwton Ave. St Louis, Mo. 




Wi: WEfcii TO YOU 



ANYTHING IN THE 



PLUMBING, STEAM OR WATER 
SUPPLY LINE 

Sale DLlrlhuler. of 

.Xdiimi Driiin Pipe Solvent 



19o> OK!. MAW I8W6L P. WEBSER AD AMI, Mj, 

AMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO., 
-14*85 MASTllN ,\vi:\ik 



. Willi A Merry HmO/ik-him nml A Hap- 
py NW I'cpir rcsoipliiij: In llivlr mm 

the members of tile. I'Olleev'Wt huvi 
departed t» resume, ihi-ir rlnlii 

<urv-nbp(aFi tt't \ indeed then- 

psrlle*. tens, breakfasts, Iwlehrsn 
itiin.TS. Kiilnrc. idyrii (Turin;; the Ynlo 

tide suhmiii'h Kiiyi'ij ■ Out' of to* smart 

ritricl lorn* wiis I lie mnllnee .Innce kIy.'ii 
•in' Tliiirniln.v n L" the l'yiliiuii Hull by 
SIrf. Win. li. JIcMnhuii unil Mra. Mu.ii- 
fui-il Hubiieum." cotiipl liui-iititry tn Mr*. 
Me.Mnl.uii'* intent, ML** ChUdrtw; nud 

Mm. Jim. it. h. Bvmdr~tqprt fgm r-iiei- 

lit] . Till' llllll !:»■>• rn) ll]U> AVllllP 

Mriiimer.-i und about iwMl suck's |«ir- 
Ihlpsilid It) the fun und frullc. 



r. Hli 
.'.-,.™- h I 



n Henderson, J320 WSst- 

Mihpi-lK.-il her linsluniil. 
■rs.jii. wiiii a Kew latr"« 
iin- wsldcHvv of Mr. and 
ml. Ml T West Belle. At 
■ Leftl's I'm jit wits Riven 
ly Mat, rinrenei- riirciwuy, after which 
ih-llh'lilftil Jin- liu was served. Tho*e 
-.Tin were: -Mr. unit Mr*. I'lnteim- 
iisiij-, Mr. mill Jim Huirciii' 1',1-ndley. 
. uiiil Mr*. George fluxion. Dr. and 
■». Umiicli. nud (liven llmiliT. Miss 
■,rris pn-sidi-d in Hu- plane. 



Mr* 



^THE ST.- LOUIS ARGUS, FRIDAY, 



..Tho St-LouUi Letter Carrier* w- 
hvtaMed It; tholriUjiw «o«UI Jab. I: 
Hi theluuoe of Mr, itiid".\lr*. 8. sf. Pot- 
ion, 401(1 West Belle. Vhdturr pres- 
ent were: Mr. and Mm. H. Miwlpj, 
Mr. uml Mr* W*. 51. AiuJiwr*, llliw 
BedM I'lttow, Mrs, B. Halt. Miss Lv 
Turner, Silas 8. Henderson, Mia* V. 

dJnilcl. Mm. Jeff Siimjrni, Urn. H. Ctttil- 
well. ll t CrnvoavMr. I. WillluuiK, Mr. 
llnulcl lliurnii, uf Washington. I). < !, 

furrier* mid wives : Mr. ami Mrs. T. V, 
Cntinduiw. Mr; aqil Mrs. J.' IVrdgkt. 
Mr. mill Sir*. AVOwm*. Mr. noil Mt». 
S. J. rulJim. Ms: iihiI Mm. I-nui;Ht(,ij. 
Mr. uml Mr* J." UnilliiuKlmiu; MfsrT*. 
IVrkiiis. D. ShMClc*l(unl. a. P.: Hiicfc 
jiudii. 1). llliinliMt, .1. TlicinaK. ft HM 
*■«. A. I* Giirth, K. IMrb. 1. 

Tin' Udliw «| in? IMiW AVI Clul, 
'*'• ihWr uiiinml Sntofi pnrl.rlu li.inor 

■if rhrir h urtwuiM l nml rHi«Ml», IVi-. lift 

*tl Hip l«'n I Hid illy fiirnt.^hri] lii.un- -of 

Jlhii\ A. U. UrnYi-N, jircalik'itf «f -iin- 
I.lity Wlifw lla|f SyBtfiu. Tlio Uuuii 

won nrllnically ilii-iimfnl In flub cnl 
■us.. MIns (ilndyM Wlllliiiiin nWntMf 
liy Mix. Vlrglun Slinw fnrlilHliHl niunlf.' 
A ■ Id | cin uk lutidn-on 1'KpnHnllv |in-- 
pnnil \, f jlrs. »[i|| Jihimi w A ri Ki-rrnl. 
-Ml[« l' - lr>iT[nT Kirk nn.tl.it ml Mr. mill 
Mth. (Jnivrs in recrtv|»K tSe ei^-.^s. 
lfflihl ivnH lhi> tunln ri-nlun- u( th<i 
HdjtM- (,i, H u, prv«ii(viit i 




Mnlw. 



Him 



. Miirjnric Vii-him. li-'Olt \V,-*t 11-11, 



DENTAL OFFICE 

Ors. Schrants & Smith 

Dentists 



2013A 

MARKET 



■MMVN T(IM\ UIIKN 1W CAN HWK 
\ IMtXK NKAKIA Hill I.KSS MONKY* ' 

■yl-:vmiiiiuli.iii.. I'ni'.ST I jg AniH;,|O t ir ITirr 



KINJ^ICH; DRLMAR MBVL 
BRjL. pMetSt «n 

Packinc ond Sfiippinu 

E FURNITURE SOLD ON CASH 
OR TIJ3K *a.YHENJS 

AYLOK AVENUE 



Urn. Alln-rt ItaTKPSH. -'IM EI*«k1. 

viis hOBfiwa N. Tin- Dnuaa buU 'j'liurs- 
l;iy. UIim JIju-Ni- nuimw r''iiilrnil 

! 'I'V.Tltl [.iilil.J Jriliis. llinrll til 111.- dir- 

liBiii tit I In' Buret* Mm. Ella An- 
■lirMnn nml ,i |*tni'( ■■» KiH-lul M.-rvd'c 
W>irk. ftlrs. W. p. rui(i« (rave t|te 
I'lirifilimit. Htur.v. All Hie t'liili Juln- 
nl In n f "ltrl.it mas t'.inil. Miiuy *bl- 



We arc really BOlnc to play 'tin 
nl the KyiKiipiileil ilniinc at Pythian 
Hall. Jaa, Hnrrle anil Orclieatro. 



. I^i 



■ BEAUTIFUL HAIR 

sflve time. AH work 
Iresidence work. 
llGOT 

2MXa WALNUT ST, 



t SYSTEM 

«......l..i ..i. J. SPKNCER 

Baa not wul (» ^tngrawlli iiial wtll 

GrtW M.'ir on Itatil Triupln anil Iliad. 
4'ari-fol atlfiit imi eivi'ii lo cluldrMu 
Ilwitr. Limlilt, 51SS-W 

43i9xi W: ISclIe St. Louis 

tliin-. l.hulM 1 ) . lliiir 'ullitri.-il 

Ww. I.. M. Miulisir of nil n Klimi-y 
Jivi-niif. will i-iiil nt yinr Imim; (sir 
wwlti imiiini'ii! by nltfitUitiiutit. ubIiik 




>MER.SECUET SERVICE 





CATARPH 


r SMUC 

t*,P5ULf5 


. CLi&ozr 

; 24 HOURS 







DR. C. M. POWELL 
Phvsiciari and Surgeon 

2611a Market St, 
Office Hours: S to 10 a m 
2:30 to 4; 7:30 
to 9 p.m. 
Thonc, B6mont 2274-J 

DR.C.H DOWNING, DENTIST 

922-fcM S Vande% enter 

Xe*r ihiinieaii 
0\KK MARTIVS MU'U STORK 

<iwi I. :■...■! li !!.-.,.i i " 

111)1 KS: «;» a . na. tu 1:?M p. m. 
SINU.1Y: Ii.td.IdI: 



Always Go To 

Henry Braun. 

FOS i.l.WKST VKHVS IN 

Staple and Fancy Groceries 
. 170OGOODE AVENUE 

it fir St. tarns Ariiua 

FUBUSHGD WESKLY 

6\ XHK ARGUS PUB, CO. 

2541 Market St. 



Mrs. Callie L. A. Tfylor 

!>ri£iiialnr Of ' ■ 

THE TAYLOR SYSTEM 

' J'or IS.^iutif ill Iluir 
t3 N. (UUlTt>N Itorotnt 13G9-W 

LILY WHITE SYSTK.M 

t»I T HAIR fl^TlKK 



■rill Tram, S"». 1, A. V. 
if A., on Tursiluy nf this \\- 
Vrr-H'iilcl llii'ii' niiilalii. CIiiih. 1H; 
tlr..(W us mi approeuitlDU fur rim-ii-n I , ' . 

HtrrletH durtitji Inn [uisi vcar. /f+j^ 
witUJlwi »',in mini., i.,- (irnint. Mn^i.-r 
"Km. II. Klilil.i. wlin IiIl-IiI.v n.t<oiii ui .'iid. 
■'il lilt' tnUelll Oil his lin^cffiirln dud 
wtahrd li-i- liim KiiNiicv wuivcsa In tbi- 
Sew 1'iiir. 



Tlip Arislullf (■•,„-,„., ( ., n | ( e|J)tlri 
liilmil Hit lr liiiHlmnds ami frli-intd irlili 
II t'lirlflnms tree til fhc rcslilrn 1 ,,. „r 
Julia Jnliiiain (,[ ;«H5 LudHflD 
, WctlliCiHliiy I'VvnliiB, Div. Li!l, IIWI 
MiHli- anil j:hiii«i wore the rcalun-s uf 
the M-witHnj nflrr whlcli Uxdj WCM 
MprvHl wild n ton* eunrw rn'piin. All 
h-fl nl ii l*ti' lifrttr oiprtswind tlicm- 
»olviw us linvliii; ma-iit it Ttry 1'iijnv 
ublc L'vr[ilu S . Thr Cbili will Itobl 
HiHr n-Kulur mivtltiR Ihr fnnrlli Tltiirs 
>1ny, .Inn -''•. '■'■'■'i at tin- rcr-Iilfun* of 
Mm. Nmnli- Kill* uf lUiW (>«* -Aw 

Mm. Iilu Mac Kmllli. I'n*.. Mfk. Wii- 
low rininiuer. Sivy., -Mrn. Willi,. ln-iiii, 
itcpurUT. - 



■ma' Kh 

mi;i-|liic ! 



Klildii tilrls liHil llivlr ri'Ctilur 
Siintlny. Dot, M at (lie (W 
Ir'nrc uf Mian Kiraelli- l*m.I. 2VK*. 
I'riulli-lilll (IVJ'llllf. Klual lllBIIH 
Hindi' fflTWii' iHirfy wltii-li wax etfinyrf 
liy nil wlm wire prcmiil Tnrwlaflv D«ft 
2V Aftt'r (b« rouriiif i»f MJoSpfe llw 

llPKtl-s- M'S'Slftl II KUpCrtl tr/ist. TltP 

i lub ailjoiimi-d to [He -i. ynmliiy-. J 
11. 11'JI. lii'illiii AlldrrJVf. iirc-iiii. ill 

BttttJ i:rifhp t ri'pvrti'r. 



The nulla Ciimm/ Clrla held its 
regular meeting TjfuTaday nlslii at 
the. residence ol Ml* Adello Malone, 
^il;i [.aw ton. Afjfcr ronlliu'uf Imsl- 
neaa. Hie club and company were 
hlRtily' eiiiBi-iiilneiTvhy the lmsresw. 

The next meeting *(I1 be bold Thurn- 
reaidence of 
MIhs .Emma /Keen, \l$ ■ W. Cook. 
Watch lor tin: dal«: or\our ilrst 1931 
dunce to uo glveu soon! 



Itri'. mil) Mr*. W. IV. IVrrj erf Hdtith 

t'linlliuil .\ vi-.. i-nlertniniil shhh- frit-lulu 
anil iiii-iii' ith at tlwr Kl m-ItiH I.llerary 
*-""'iil./ mi .Ni-iv Yiiira Kvi'lllnc hi linn. 
".- (if llit-ir «i»liT. iii-vlii-w ami nlti-,'. 

Ali-.i Hodmw uf 1mll.iimpi.Hs. 1ml. \| . ir ,^,, T| , w ,. r< , ltl , r mjjj. p, Bl „ t 

nnislr.it I'Y.'iiiiiK ',. h .-i»„t ,ifl<-r wlilrh ;,,,.,,.,.■„ n , utvll , M , Um \» ei.ile.ifK 
.imi-tininB .iH,»-t WwfsiiH. ,,. NV ii, atrj,Jtr. A. H«*«r<|, Kt- 

II. 1 Iter. WJiiitli. paator Ollre 



■v. Thiirirmn. pnwlilliiB eUt'r nf toe 
.leflVrsuii Clly illsieli-t. wis bout at n 
itlnner ThnwJw eveulim, Dec. w>. two 
at the nwideiK* ot Mr. atu) Mrs. Ar- 

i-iin!i..ii. KlrhuiHMl, M'>. 'i'li..-.- 



nine nml . 
nml uOIe w 



-mi him 



Hint 



di-liKhtfiii on-- 

"I'v. IVrry 

anjit lnwt- 



Imnii-l L. Dnrbf ot 



Mr. ami Mi 

(Ik: Ada roe st 

liiitnr in rctoltrw .itul trieml* >>u. t^ew 
Veer H»y. Afli-r 'tinner the pe-»t e«> 
Mrs, Sadie 1!. Qotee. Iinlr i-iiHurlsit s.mLl.cI Hi Un- UrlM r.-uij ami i-njoynl 
.( (hi- l.iij- White l-J's'i'in, in nov III 'Vmtsii- uiul 'fiilli: iinlil u lain- linttr. TlMWt' 
umllinn lii n-eeiic i-n.-tniiii-rs wl.-Stii K ; |ir i-si.|il ivi-r." t;iaiiilina T««gart, Mr. 
i.il[i Ili-ntiOi'lIt ur In-r l-i-s id ii.ee. :iiu( mi«1 .Mrs. Ji-rrr ltr>>wu. Sit*. Irene H«x- 
aiehtje ArvPllc, "r ri'>ii|i-n|ini wi.rti|„ t , Mm. Sut.ii- J. Walker, lira. Hii- 
Uill ISom.iiit l-iti. M r (;,«,iri,ii. Mm. Mu ry JurksiHi. Mm. 
UO^'lnJ.) ' ,\\,i,ii. .li.liiiHon. Mr. HotomoH Diirh.v- 
Wai. aiwrena. Win. WililiniiM. Knil iunl 

Sft. ii ml Mrs. Jim. Jiii-ltH.ii. Sir. ami 



Sim. William Sti-a-urt enlerlultieil 
li.-r miiuy ■iiniHliitaniTS and vImIIoch 
lo tlte dtz with a ivlildt lam. Tlilim- 
ilny at tli* n-nldeinv of lier nlsteHn 
Miwa -Sim. f. IL I'hilll],,. 4200 W.-.-l 
Ilellr. - ■ 



Il|l|«liUtUl 



', W.-3fll4Aj Uw'l 



rlmiir fiiTMiij IJW-ff 
lirrire Hours— 9 n. m. lo" 5 p. m. 

MADAM LINDSAY 

TUVNt>; MKKHM 
Vhi Will iin Well To (ill In And 
Se* Her. \<> Sutala> W«rk. 

61S2 MINERVA AVE. 



Tin: 1.01'ISK T. AMIEKSON 

SYSTEM OF HAIR 
CULTURE 

aetata win (an At ii..i,i,ii,-f 

■ By Apra>iiitia«n( 

t (H KSi;S I'll !>1!T AMH)IPI,O.M\S 

■ AWAKI>KI> 

I'h'iiie liuinotll tll-t-w 

mi UWTttS 1 ST. I-OIIS, MO. 



I 'linlK-l, Klrkiroinl. 



t umuiMiimmimiiHumMHiifM.iHiNiitumiiniiraiifHirnirni 

To Every Reader of. The Argus 
SIX SELECTIONS OF 

MAMIE SMITH BLUES 



DuriDg 

January 

Only 




Jazz) 

Blues 



MAMIE SM1IH and Her Jazz Hounds 

2. 'IT'S RIGHT HERE FOR YOU" / } 

3. -FARE THEE HONEY BLUES" 
' 4. "THE ROAD IS ROCKY" 
■ ■ v - 5- "THAT THING CALtED LOVE" 
fi. "A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO I 
^Thcsc Records are Free to You During January Only 

NOW FOR OUR'PROPOSITION— /^ ' 

During the next ihirty days,, one thousand new eustomersN 
are to get their names on our books. Sounds big dosen't it? j 
and yet these :ire our plans and we expect to carry them out;) 
Every account opened at The Only JttcNichoIs in January witf 
receive the six above mentioned Okeh records of Mamie Smi^f 
and her famous Jazz Hounds, This is How we are going to add 
one thouy-ind new accounts to our books also-^-by making a 
Special Drive on everything in our stock, giving, fc 

REDUCTIONS OF 25 TO 40 PER CENT . - 

FROM REGULAR PRICES 

And now is your ii me to buy that Furniture; Rugs, Range, 
Kitchen Cabinet or any other article that you have been wanting 
solcng. .. ' . 

And now, speaking of Credits: If you do not find it conven- 
ient to pi'.y cash, we can divide them up in such a manner and on 
sucn loner time ihat you will never miss the money, besides you'll 
be enjoying the use , of these Beautiful furnishings all the time 
you are paying for them. OhJ yes, I forgot to tell you, we have a 

COMPLETE. LINE OF GRAFONOLAS AND RECORDS 
But ilmY Tqrgt the .SIX MAMIE, SMITH RECORDS 
r re^j on §very new sale this month. *1 . 



i Vrs. f>si-ar r-lnler. -*i2 1 1 Finney Ave. 

■nterUlneil wllh lamiieiai In honor 
.if Hie hrlile «t Mr Revjbon WeWorler 
nml Jlr«. MtlVtirter will ri'Klil. 
wllh Mrs. Klnlar- 




of Ull 



Mi :in.l Mrs. T..111 S% 

Kminur arrow ffltetbi 

it nf 4rr, Agae* ot Wtwooat 

Mi«s r-t-j:, Wynn c.f Sliirkvllte. 
nitli ii tant Vnir iliiiiii-r. Tl..- liniainnl 
Kli.-st nil-,. 31m Akih-w. Mis- WVrnii, 
.Mr. audtUm Slt.iilli-1.1. Mr. unit Mr*. 
lIii.Mi.-i.Alr.. mill ilr>. J.«- Wyiiu uml 
■M .-vj^il-t 11, 111. 

Mrs. M<-'.,bh-y. , -iiti-rtaiun] Tliiirs.lny 

|>i^-, 3<>, iii'Kiiior n( Mr. iTurt-nit- Arms 

u£ Kmisiia a'ily. Mu. Aiaoiw tin 
gMeate u.-reMr. ami 'Mr.-. Tlww, llrlali 

add r- 11-hnll lliiBrnw. Mlw Mury 

Wi.lker mid Mrs. Ili-ntrK J. (inrrliHl 
nhil IifiiIIht. |el W. Vi.nns' entertained 

nt nuea« HialHiiWIIiiK. All wbiiius 

she linstcMi .1 JiijiPiis Mini pri's|«U!iis 
Xew Yen 



TURNER'S fOOT EASE 



Tail* noreoeaa "Ml <>f Tired Aihiaa 

sm.ti-n r'i'.-i, iti'iunci's OUlenaeA 

f^.Ki-S .'.rt'.IS Ihllll i.lFMiun*. 

For Chilnlaini and RLcneie,liiei 
Geeraetecd or Money RcfnaJee! 

I >Mtrcr*TIO_\S : I'm ma' lahht l.i 
■■very quart i*f lit,t water wit Ik any 
ci««l «.np. bee,lf f.i-t aitrs-n uiln- 

Price 25 Centi 
We -Sell Wizard Arch Support*. 

Bunion Mill and lallMrM !{.-■ 

By Jlail 
Edw. Turner, Jr., M. T. D. 

12 tin 42nd St., Chieag*. Ill 



AiPlKiT 
ReaJi-yo 
ereafi* U 
gailia o 
Tl MTT1 
uml 



riOf. GLADSTONE 

JPtRlT MEDIUM 



1 ^wtribe Ji'or The St Louis 



lUleketl 

TraveldRiie ndvviicalley Brunch Oyrn, 
Jan. SI, B p. li. Ailmlaslon Q0 centa-. 



<-ait. Iletn wIiimiI Imn 
i Hall. January 17, 
nix- one of tlii- tcrea tent' 

Mtiatc- 

\ Iliuid. Ailuiissinn 



_ Vri-r. Kill Kl/w 

master. »b" 'h"» 

lioiap fin- wverul 

lig Ills opt 



the vela run tmml 
i ill nut in- hie 
i in in nd 



diirins the hiilldiiL Be eipi-i-Hs.il 
llimmll n» very ETtt-fnl in lii* iiiuiiy 
frliinb Hint utiimilaiH i^ far klnd- 
ihwhi's matin hint diiug Ids 
Um-uii'iii. 



The DeUa Oainnifclrla celebrated 
New Yeer'a Day wll 4 t our course 
dinner, at the New Irs inn, Bad an 
automobile drlre. Tte were 
teen members In thlparty, which 
used for machine*. Hs Helen Bald- 
win vu tbe honoreo^iieat of the 
club. 



Sltttf Fannie I.. Harrh* t (lallatiii. 
Trun.. p»a reriiro.il IminVafter aprMl- 
iiiK tbe holiday* with b\ aiati-r and 
i.r-iilii-r-ui-luw. Mr. and 
-\ii.->in i-f Xtl6 Uonran 



ra und .Mr*. K. I.. Ihirris -as rlie 
oht yenr .art and I he N't-w Year In adlh 
the ymnijc enlleclniiK uml their parent*, 
alan a few other frieiidB. 



'Slrw. Llaale Oejdlei of Murphyahnro 
minim, was the Holiday Km Tit of her 
"later. Mrs. Mary Curtln. 1701 N. Uar- 



Mia. lailn Fluley. t3U W. Piuuej 
Ave., niter ta'invd II i>f ber frieiidH 
Tini«hiy with a liinehenn In honor of 
Mrs. ItaYiaon rif MUfknKei. OkHbntnn. 
Tlinta* present were : ilp*. Jno. Mroa*n 
Mra. A. II. Tlionitoii. Hnr. C. H. Phil- 
lip*. Mrs. Frank Coi, Mn- FIt.yd ['. 
(irlllim. llrn.T. A. Dlx.in, Mra. Ilbroark 
TjivIih'. iii .... Krneat Htralmiu. Hra. 
C'leru .J-ii-i. - Ur*. Liuie Cmat, Urn. 

rtrenllove, anil Mr*. H. H. M.-Worte 



Mr*. X- A. .liin-s and dnnjtUter. llisa 

JWidla. nf B2t BT. l««h**4 Are., bad 
aa their guest* for dinger during the 
holidays. Mis* Madrie Peun or Phil*- 
deipiiiu. Mr. and 'Mr*. I»nle Anatln of 

Kaiinaa City. M*. Mr*. J. Foster and 
Utile Ml** Helen of lletnpb*, 'I'.-iiu. 
Ur, Jaa. K. Willie, Mr. Sum KngerH. 
Mr*. I* M. r'ua'er'and Mr*. Annie M. 
Smith. 



Mrs. Edltb Marrla, of 1714 N". 

■trcet. entertained wltfi ■ 1 

eour«e New Year Dinner l*T»onor p( 
her Pastor, Bar. D. W. Mortis and 
■ The gnosis were: Hra. Ran- 
dall and daughter. Mra. Lucy Nelson. 
•'-*. Kate Bolllaa, Meaara. John Webb 

ward Gl mis, Mr. and Hra. Thomas. 

The Inter-Church Movement was 

the topic of the evening. 



air*. Walter illle». save a- reerptkai 
on Mutday afte^uoon- to atanit ,'OQ 
mteara In Junior of to* -citlUot wet. 
In her bandMnne tinine. reeecitty pur- 
ebaaed Mt Jl-'tT Cnrarht- Anions tbe 
imiiifin'Mi gtieatji were Mm. KllrWl 
~ mil. BumI. Ur*. Bwdtey of Mleld- 
can. urn] Mr*. JnlnuHin of Cblcaga. 



Ur*. Mary MeTnlley. 1 
entertaiued her nleee. 
Mltehel! af 3 B. : 
I.ieeiai Rallaaee of ('eoty 
Tiwwhi.r, Ppt- 3»- 



a! Peed Suitb of alt. Bterling, 
htentcky. fa here on a two weeka vlall 
lo ki> father. Mr. Wm. Imitb. of Wcat 

feat. 



Mr*. lAtrn lluw-eli May. 42*»a W. 
Flnpey. r.i-eiv.il her inuuol hmn of 
meat*, l.iifii-r, eagpi tanned fndta anil 
reiretaldea and rery Axe ealp. ffpni 
thn* hri'iha'r*. and 
usually rw-eiveii mid 

lvr tdrtltdty. ' 



'ilKlKJKIAN. 111., - Mr, stud Mrs, 
l&wai-d M. tirveii <>f 1H S. ."il|, Sln-'l. 
fcirejoy. Ill, enU-rNiliieil witli » New 
SlinrtTH lwrty Friday, Dec. 31*1. «' 

tlii-ir borne, Mr. nud Mrs, llayll** 
(Stella of ChiinB'i, fnrniirly Mlw M 
iiilr liiu-iint; vrlid \* n liullduy i;:i.«- 
n% bet parent*. Among llie BiH-als 
were; Mr. and Mr*. Olailya Clnver. 
Mrs. J, 1'. Hnklwln. Jilss i'.iinlle \Vn>li 
iligtou, Mi** (lludy* Lilian, Mis* Ula 
Handle. Mis* Na anile ttoumiing. Ml™ 
Jluticl Stanley, Mlaa Mnla;! Ofi-en, 
ilii-Mt-s MerehautH, Air. Clyde Bern*; 
.Mr. Joe Haekoey. Mr. Harry Kvajis- 
Mr KHaworlji Evans, Mr. Rvmis .l<*1iu- 
ayb. Mr. Geo. Hlreelu. Mr. (leo T. Ky'". 
Jr, The Ituest* departed t-.vpn-.siuK 
themai'lvmi a* having enured a pletiffa.nl 
preukua. and ueriniulufi Mr*. Qtoea n* 
a eharming huste**. 

"Thf B«» -Joylt'ux Cob api-nt a vft>- 
pd-aaant eveniiiK at tlu- home nf Mi** 
(inraatta Mosdy. I- 1 "' n*>k An-.. I>w. 
3i 1K1U. Tlie main fciittire of ll»- 
ereatug'wn* a "smb h^B" '"'" "hleli 
■ ui-li of the eluh metubt!™ had put :i 
Imndaome nreaenl. Ksiireaaliitis of de- 
light and Joy followed i-acll dWS from 
the hag inlkntliiB that llie glfta_ were 
very appn-fial Itc. 

:■ The second house party nf'the eluh 
tvus at tin- realdeoee of Mi*w 1107117? 
Maahy 4«tl» Girrfleld. Dee. -V). 11130. Tin 
h«4liUy spirit of good i-Iii-it |*Tvud"l 
tbe wtulti eveatai. ThOM wUv o**i«;- 
(if tbe eluh mt'tnlavs Willi iiiii-le WWe 
Mohn. lliiiiisliiiv. at Mil- i.i.iii'-T :iii-i 
t'miier with the vlotlu. Cim.t-i pr.'- 
jtfrlit wtre the Mi&m-s Uarrl* Hmallwiaul 
Wafklu*. Srewer. Bowiaati of Clerk* 
ViLe. Teno.. May und r^Ruii : Mwrii 
,We*tly. RdwarMs. V. .Uaitth-n. J. Mud 
(leu, Godwin, lleatlC Wallan-, llrnd 

aliaw. Barry, HoHnmil. Sauudtr*. Jolru 
siiu. Frailer. Dupree. Taylor, Leonurd 
and Mtaiby, 

The rltih- woe Klii'L 'o jtreet One 
it* member*, Mis* Uitt !, Uarri; . wl 
vrjia hone from fiiimpi fur tin- hull 
«»y*. L. Watkh-K. preaident.;,a. Brad 



Tlip Hrl;;||[0sl ;iud IR-Bt IlCDCvolent 
club met at the residence of Mrs. 
Cora I'eriLlna. 4«2& Cook aaomte. 
After the routine uf businoea, a splen- 
did proEram ua» rendered. The clnb 
wiiii faeorwl with soma inlet. -.linfi 
reitmrlis by Mrs. Johnson, Memplih 



tub adjourned to meet at the 
rosldenf-e of Mrs: " Williams, 2&3S 

AdnniN Klrcel. J. Ijor.klmrd, preal- 
dctit: L. Full.inii, soeretary; E. Por- 
ter, reporter. 

Frolle: attd fun wna^llic pass word 
of the Delta Cantroa Clrla NtW 
Years Day »t Uiol rauiiual iIto course 

dinner at llie NoVPOTt Inn, where 
they hud as their guests, Mrs.- tinsel 
\odetwn, ot Omaha, Neb. and Miss 
Helen Ualdwlq, of St.. Louis, a new 
member to the club. After the din- 
iier the club departcil in inaclilnes to 
attend tho annual dance of the Biy- 
<lnn Girls, where they spent a most 

■iij'iynlilc eveiiiog. 



The^Mlltoo Club met and break- 
fasted at lite residence or Otto nicks 
i-118 Mluneiiota avenue, Wednesday 
noniiiiii. Jan. E. The occasion 
narked tho nrat semPinonlhty meet- 
ing of the year 1321. 

Mrs. Elizabeth MufTmy Mltrtiell 
will be presented by Whealley 
Qraoch la TravctogTie with Inihreat- 
ing movies taken by herself during 
her ca(euile,d vinit in. Europe and 
\friia. Jan. Li, s p. tn. Admlasion. 
50 coats. 



Mr. and Hra. Joseph Robinson 
■:nw> a Xiiias dinner at their home J a, 
4I3K Falrras. avenoe. In honor.of T^ 
family reunion and a few iDffmate 
friends. Guaats consisted of twenty- 
four. All oppressed themsclycs aa 
liiivinK Ua da delightful tlmo. 

Mrs. Uarlhu, Ooush, S2.r, N. Kwljir; 
who has boon m r or a vmk, la con- . 
valesecat. .it 



Hoar Mrs. &II*abcth. Murray 
MUcbell. graduate of Boston Con «er- 
vi,.i.ury of Musle, loctdrer and travel- 
er. As a lecturer she b.ia a ploaslpg 
-Boraouatlty her pictures literally pul- 
sate with life. 

Wbeatley Branch Oyni., Jan. SI, 
s p. m. Admission SO cants. 



■The Fraa Prnu Cub met~ou TlutrB- 
Jn> afternoon wlht Mrs. IV. s ' Max- 
well of I.iuiky St. ' Aiiu.iiK tie- vi-.l- 
iui> were. Mrs. BenJ. Ji.liii...,n ajid 

Miss Mary Kaaley. 



Mr. Wm. Edwards of Berths Aw., 

la ijiiei- ill at the in.im- of hi* uKither 
aud siatei*. 4304 West "Belle. - 



Mra. Janoes Eriwanla, ■l:;in We^l', 
Hvlle, cam n surprise parly on ttS. 
day evening in honor or her htmlntnds 
birthday. - ; ■ 

Mies Mary Thomas of. Memphis 
Tenn.. is visiting relatives at 2hl2-a 
Laclede avenue. 



Mrs. Amelia Williams In the tuest 
of her ahiter, Hra. J. C. Cole of 2330-a 
| Scott avenue, and will return to 
The lime Dale club entertained Men — "■■ >■■->■ 
their nrembera -and friends at a din 



si ia v. 8pen>lary. 



picture Jan. 11, at 



»r Ijeal Kmbroldery club met 

Wednesday. Jan. ii . llil at Mrs. 

Mitchell, of lias Pine street. 



wr party on Dceemlicr SO, J920 at 
heir hall. 2S0BTIne street The of- 
Iccre are as tolloag: H. AJPendlB- 
.- ton, president; -Mhnloulse ii.fl. sec- 
retary: Mis* Marie Lucas, treasurer: 
f Sylvester Grant, Manaser. 

The I'hilnllan (Jirhi Club mat at the 
raaidenca of Miss H. Brice. 141S Ga>- 
Held. Sunday. Jan. *J. Next meeting 
will be held Jan. IB at the realdeoee 
of M bra S. Williams, *a Rankin. 
Don't forget our House; Frolic. Jan. 
14 at 3821 Laclede avenue. A. De- 
Boe, president; K. Houston. rejjprEer. 




I«t <!* 



members. The elect toii of 
wswe as follows: - 

Mrs. Dayse Dan. prmde n i : Mrs. 

lean Monro*, alee- president: Mrs. 

Beaaie JeK.raon. SecreUu-y;' Mrs. Vu. 
Mitchell, assistant secrstsry; Mrs. 
Haute Sprlggs. treasurer. Other 

saantahers are; MrV K. M. Landsty. 
Irs. Allle Bdwarda. Mrs. Allies Pow- 
ers, Hra. Alexander, Mrs. Davis, 



. it Bays were 
the Philollan dirts. 

*"■ Tije rotmi was 
the elab colors, blue 
ruostt delifAtful time 



The Royal Society BhibroklciT Clab 
met Dee. 13 at tbe residence of Mrs." 
Thomas. 3318 Korean street. After 
the routine of business, the hostess 
Served asda-lnty repast. Three visit- 
ore were present The club adjourn- 
ed.. to meet January X7th at the resi- 
dence of Urs. 8. H. WWIte-. J122 
Brataex Place. Mn. ft. C. Rlurton. 
president; Mra. B. E. Howard, eee- 
rstary. ' ■.-''■'-. 

Hra. Anna Sydnor, who hex pur- 
cajiliH a some at Troy. Ho., spent 
New Years at her St. Lsals b< 
(SIT West Belie. --.■-> 



*t«T W|.lll<- Blesh Jr, SaWQ Jaliaa 
Ave.. I* vMtlas; bbt rrawt another, lira. 
V.Yvf Haiiirl In Uttse aVaHt. Ark. His 



1 em phis her home neat v 



■ Mr. . sitd Mra. Harry Murray of 
Itwkfurd . apeut the hollilav, wlt| a thetr 
lm rents, Mr. mid Mm. A. p. Brown 5f 
2»sB O'ranon--St: j Thur*d«y cover* 
were laid at Hra. A. «*reutb*. -4*07 
West Belle pl-rfor 8, after which they " 
ih-ported for ftume. . ^"^ - 



Mm. mile liuiiaiid. 300H ciark Ave 
■ ■iiti-1-iiiiin-.i a fi-w trfearh | n »t Tbota-' 
day i'.-ii.lu B with an eln)*>rate three 
i-tniree dlmjcT. Ttioae nreweni were' 
Mr*. Caarle Brnitb. Mrs. C. Broarn, Mr*. 
Ulllau ft. Uarter. T. J. J^mTM^t 
Gregory, a . C. White and afe toire^' ' 

Un. Alvte- Allen, one of Capt' 'ffluwr- 
lielbhty*. the honored gaest rf jZ 
nnnt, Hra. William*. 4147 Fairfax tve- 



Hl*» Cjasti Mae l>trker*..ii ,.f ' ; (-blea. 
ter *2*1 W- «sW|itf a vrone. 



TiLajL 



The Phyitctl Shaasurtmewt ta ■.,,». . . 
wbtehi (bass fm lasers i_i _ aswassawTy 



Ftidtty site, the lasmotrial Is^bbk 



/ 



/ 






THE ST. LOUIS ARGUS, FRIDAY, JAN ,7, 1921 



"*" PAGfi THHEB 



[ GATES & MANUEL 

1 "SBV, Fnneral Director* IBS 1 - 

I The Service We Qjve Is Our Beat Recomrnendfttion 

I 4107 Finney Ave. 



Community Service, and on Sat- 
urday Nltc, a Double Header Basket 
Ball Game, Milky stars, vs Browns. 
ami Bottoms, (inns vs. Blue Devil" 

Ladles are welcome both ' nitcs. 
Friday nlte Free. Saturday nlto, lUe. 



IW5 Market St 



R. M.C.GREEN 



131 8 K. Broadway 
EaelSLlAub 
Fuieral Director ana Erib;i]m«r riioNKK 

FBKK FUNEKAI, PAULURS IW1 K. 1987 

NUM Colli* Aitswewd Ttv mpOf - ■ ■■-«; «atr-J*l?"~ - 
Automobiles Y'ai All " ' 



A. RUSSELL UNDERTAKING CO. 



Undertaker and Emlialmer 
Central 555 



(INC.) 

Motor Equipment 
2732 PINE ST. Bomontl426 



SOfjO feet of Movies showing Ne- 

■o Midlers' in actual combat In, 

Franco by Mrs. Elizabeth Murray 

Mitchell at When tier Branch Gym.. 

Jan. 21, 8 p. in. Admission SO cants. 

MIkn 1C. 1>. Townncml or Cape Girar- 
deau, Hu.. was tlie week end (juest «f 
Mrs. Grace Bella Darts, lilllTii Ijieteile 
aviimr, tiiKt .week. 



Future Undertaking Co. 

(Alls ANSWEUKIi 1'BOiHiTLY, DAY OK NltiflT „ 
K. L, KORKISTS. IJe-.ii.sed Kinbaliucr? T* II D™ a tCCA 

niAiii i,s .; aim:-. i„ cibwbb . Bell, DOlTlont £304 
3341 Morgan Street Saint Louis 



\ ami Mrs. Lottie Austin of Knti- 
8Kb <'IIj-. Mo., Iwve returned bujBO af- 
ter n|»'inliiiK till' liulithiVH with their 
sisteirs. Mrs. Allle Johnson mill Mrs. 

Arinlt- Mm. .Smith. '.TSfl Mill Hlreer. 
DnriiiK ihelr "tiff '" Bt Loots i*W 
nyally entertained. 



Delmar 1045 JJR Ajj &, POPE Lindel1 M9Z 
t UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS 



H.G. GRUBBS 



F. ENGLISH 



H. G. GRUBBS & CO. 

'" UNDERTAKERS 

phone, bom. 2*2 2931 Lucas Ave. 



WASHINGTON PARK CEMETERY 

A MODERN BURIAL PARK OR 
GARDEN CEMETERY WITH PER- 
PETUAL CARE AND MAINTENANCE 
WASHINGTON PARK Cemetery Association 
Is an organization like a church or club. Owner- 
ship of a lot constitutes membership. This Associa- 
tion will have the management and care of Washing- 
ten Park and «f the perpetual care endowment fund. 
The lot owners elect the trustees who manage the 

' "S ■ Officers And Trustees 

l'ROr\ I BANK I* WILLIAMS, I'RBS. 

KKV. J. K. I-Alihl It. YH'K I'Kr-S. KKV. W. L. I'HIfKY. M. D. TKEA3, 

* V. K ROBINSON. SKCY. 

\ XKl'STKES 

RKV. W.I* SMITH, REV.W. IXWCK, KKV. J. W. MARTIN 

I.»B. J. T. CVSTON. REV. P. W. Dl'JvAVENT, A. E. MALONR 

W. K. IULL 

Offices mTOJ 806 Chestnul St. 

Phones: Olive 7825 Central 1195 



x* — : — — 


. . 

EN, Dentist 


Ig DR. E. R. VAN- BOOV 


LH (> "*- oi ''l' own PkllcDU. . 
VI R €i"fi»* liiimeiiiato S-rvic* 1 

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I'^^H^T . : ;SJ On? Cfcild'l Hcil.urn.j.1 1 

k- !■ Oepotite Famous " 


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KINKY -NO-KINK 




TESTIMONIAL 

I am very ntuca pleased with the 
Kinky — No-Klhk and want ym to aend 
rue the snw?. amount. " Sonii at once. 
.Yo«rs, Prank Vatr. Mootgomery. Ala. 



Absolutely ItaaervSw t> W«i<r 
ftLikr, th*. ILur htraJtht and Lavtrfnn 
Ih 15 Minutes. N0 HOT IROMS, 

On p appliftha, o( Kink j - Na-Klnk 
Ust-i S »ffti fa) an* nwnta. 

Opal Jan.i 15c 



DepLA P.O.Box 275 

Kink-No-Kink Mf «. Co n 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 



JUA SUTLER'S iflLBSGUU. 

P ONLY WEUKF BUT A POSITIVE CUB* 



SOCIETY 

AND LOCAL NOTES 

COJfTINUHD FKOM PAQB TWO 



Umc. Vlrsinhi Allan. 3431 Law- 1 
m avenue. Is 111 ami coiiilacd to Her' 
bad. 

Mrs. J. D. Glvona of El— Worth, | 
Texas. Mrs; Hollle Alexander, 6t Chl- 
cogo; 111., atui Mjt. Ghnrlra 1.. Harrla, 
of Erie, l't»., were the guests ot Mrs, 
14a Oaels. -704 K. Jetrersou avenue 
liuriiic litis holidays. 



Mr. and Mrs. 1. H. Pillars ot 442 4-h 
Jjiirhr Btruet entertained with an 
night course dinner, Wednesday uveu- 
Idr. Dgc. 29 In honor of Mrs. Her- 
iiIcq Cox ot utile Kntii, Ark. and 
A. T. Stalswortli, at Cleveland. Ohio. 

'■Vll.i .-l.-iii^ t.!n» !n..li(J»y« (in St. LOUIS. 

Covers were laid for twelve. 



Hra. tieomo Y. Williams, 2721 
Hickory Hiroct untertained a number 
of frlenils last Wudncsday night In 
honor of nor Ulster, Mrx. Ciaincs of 
Clilcugu. who sppnt the holidays wltli 
Tho ffuestB were uinazliiKly- 
lilcn.ied with the v-iollu selections by 
'" ler Todd and, wore ''served ' 
s.rw mi style, hy the hoatcss. " 

Mr. Chaa. Sokes. 3443 Pine siml 
Is quite 111 and wilt he pleased to 
h:.i.- Ills trleudaynll. 

Mrs. C. M. Powell, wife of Ttt. C. 
M. Powell, SA11 Market Is In (Jury. 
Ind., at the iieilslde ot her brotlicr. 
who Is very IH. 

Mrs. Idyl Harris. 442I-a Lucky St. 
Kavc a dinner hist Wednesduy In 
honor of Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Mop- 
pins. Other RUesls were: Grand Mas- 
ter \Ym. H. Fields and Mrs. Kuhy 
Purdeau. 

Mr. I-cnn TMerh of thr ■•Ihirkum-u 
Kollies" Ik the Ettc*t of Mr. and Mr*. 
Win. II. Owenn. ™H7 Ixitlede avi'iiuc. 



Mrs. CmrBT Y"UI>K SBJflU Miirke 

ms-nt ihu hiriidnyK wttit frtr-uilN nutl 
relative nt Halisliury, Mo. 



Mr. ami Un. WVii. J. now! »f aVJl 
Iti-lli-slude avenw. wrre trie *U«»t" 
at Mr. and Mm. Daniel Huutet of Kd- 

wiinlavllle. 111. Tlify ri'nflrt u nlt'iisaut 
trlpl 

Mr. and Mrs. J. r.-Chi-n'-y 1210 VF, 
foti> llrllllaiite mliTtiiiitiil in honor 
irf Hie ^iMilnrH nod thl'lr hiwtmsfs wltli 
ii hniikf*Kt Tuesday. IK*-, a*. L'ovi-ra 
Ifnfi laid for twelve, 



WEDDING ANSIVERSAKY 

Mr. and Mrs. J. McAdoo celebrated 
their tenth wedding anniversary at 
the home of her brother. Mr. Willis 
Ray', 4271 West. Belle Place. Xmas 
night, December ZS. 1920 .which 'was 
a very swell affair, and the koine -was 
Itcautlfully dweoratcd. About fifty 
were present. Dainty rid rash men is 
ot all JUnda ware served by Mrs. 
Mary B. Thomas. Those who - re- 
ceived were: Mrs. Ella lUy. Mrs. 
Joseph" B. Thomas, Mrs. Josephine 
Colin and Miss Cora Leo Thomas. 
The nroeonts were numerous. A per-! 
eola,ter from Mr. and Mr;. Smith; sil- 
ver sail and pepper act, Miss Katie 
Tugglo .2 piece aluminum not, Mr. 
and Mrs. Jus. Karris: 3 place alum-: 
inum set, Mr. and. Mrs. 11. Jones; cat I 
glass fruit dish, Mr. and Mrs. Chat, 
Washington, Kansas City: Mr. and 
Mrs. Aaton, percolator; Mr, and Mrs. 
W. Bledaoc, large aluminum preserv- 
ing kettle; Mrs. Pauline silver salt 
and pepper Bet; 3 pfece silver caster 
set, Mrs, H. Schraiter; sliver bread 
tray, Mr. and Mrs. Praneis Thomas : 
other preseulu were given by Mr. and 
Mrs„ S. Ijeonurd. Mr. and Mrs. Chea- 
tham; Mr. and Mrs. Hudson. Mr. and 
Mrs. Jeff Willis. Mr. & Mrs. J. Hicks. 
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. 
It. Cohen, Mr. and. Mrs. Skylcs, Mr. 
and Mrs. O. RankfiiH, Mr. and Mm. 
C South, Rev. Payne anil wife, Mrs. 
Victoria Johnson. Mian Myrtle Jones. 

MIsK Florence Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. 
Wesley Harvey, Mrs. E. Jones, Louis- 
ville. Hjr.S Eddie Kelley. Mrs. Martha 
Fields. The wedding cake wu baited 
by Mrs. Uriel Thomas. Music was 
turnlslied -by the Caronrtelet Orches- 
tra, Miy Edward and friends'. Mr. 

audi Mrs. J. McAdoo extend thanks to 
ihelr-'frlendB for their iiresenla and 
wish, all a Happy New Year. 



W. HAR. 



KVEKYIMJD1' LOVEJ* 

MUSIC 



RECORDS 

Ot All Kindt, aod 

1'01'llAK sheet MOS10 




HEAR ■".",, 

Mamie Smith's 

"CBASSX BLUES" 
"THAT THING CAL1£V LOVE" 
"SOB VAST KiSKP 

A (JOOll MAM DOWN" 
"ITS RIOIIT 1IKRE BOB YOU" 

JL'ST KKl-rMSKIi: 

NO. 4191— "The Road Is Rocky, 

llut I'm (lonna Mini My Way," 

"I-'art Thee Honey Much" 

and Olher Latest Hits 

PASTIME 
MUSIC SHOP 

Send For t'ntuloCTie 

Harry Ronman, 1'rup. 

i':t:<:i MAKKKT ST 

Bonwnt 190 St. Louts 



SLR 

Mr.V. Harrrfd Kin* »UB Canton 
avenue, teluriu-d lioiue lust Himilay, 
fn>m the I'ettyli.it' Iluxpltiil vhetX lie 
ivok a pnttait for sercrnl erreka dpi to 
n MTlons condition wliii'h ni|iilriil 'i 
sorrfcat oiiemtlon/ He Is rij-ororliiK 
as rapidly si eittild lie cxiHi'lid under 
vviktlnK evudliioiis. 

EVENIHG AXtTKin MEETING 
Tha Sumner High Evening School 
Alumnf will hold its regular monthly 
meetlfts and Annual entertainment 
at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening Jan. 11, 
1921, at. ^he residence of Mrs. L. E. 
Mohannan, 181« Coodo avenue. AH 
members arc requested In attend and 
privileged to bring * friend. — Mrs. 
A. K. Darls. Prcs.; Miss Halley. Bee. 



■Mv-. li'i-nr TflttltM, II-!:: Kt-lillprlv :u'i- 
Hue, haH n iiirni'<l froui it \i.--it fn her 
UlolluT ill UlnKguw, Mo. She reports 
n dullglttflil trip. 



ANNOUNCEMENT 

Dr. .iimii-i K. tllpMia. drill I* t an- 

h'niiii-e:" ihe niH'nrnK «f bUti iiilhiv at 
ismu W. r'lnniT svoutu'. titri"- hour* 
H to 1 p. ill.: -1:M> to .1 j>. ui. and II In 

M. l'hontw, offlec l.llidi'11 527JHV; 

hmce Forest TtPfll-rt. 



. Mlxs Ma rule IIII kin* of U21'a N ; Kw- 
Ing haji returned from a two iteeks' 
visit to Kansnsand Simtlwrn Missouri, 



Mr. William Kattt* of Uctr.il t spent 
the liolldays with Mr. and Mra. J. C. 

Clieiu-y, I^IU Cote llrllliaiile. 



RBLVTIYK WANTED 

Mi-s. Omul Hoyd, 2T22 Ailauis', wlxli- 

ea«Hi know the wlierealimils of her 

nephew. wAtiiiin Marlon Tlii,m|>s-,ii. 
who was kiKl lienrd i,f at Tulwi, tikla. 
Any fitforniallati "ill h^ gladly rWCived 
I'j her. 



r. A. J, Valentine Of Memphis, 

Tcnii.. is visiting tils sister, Mrs. An- 
tu Clay at 4255 W. Labadle avenue. 

-Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Taylor and son, 
who formerly resided at 4304 Cook 
aveuue arc now located la their newj 
home, 4408 Enrlgtit 



NOTICE 

All iMT-FiiiJi in 9fe l.i'iii-. from ibe 

stale of Ataliunia wilt pIcah- report al 

tile temple AvdOW Hapllst ("liuridi. 

::n,i:i Seniple Ave. Suiiiins- -inn. '■' and 

G. W. (.'In u Iil< i II tf. init- 



io, al 1 
WW. 



Mrs. P. M. Bradshaw of West 
Cook avenue entertained a tew 
friend* with a Xniaa dinner. 

Mr. E. M. KcIIey of ISZ1 Fairfax 
aveiiuo, left laat weeh to visit rela- 
tive* and friends In tho South. Tho 
principal stops will bo Nashville. 
Blrtuiasham, Alexandvr City and At- 
lanta. 

Mrs. James Helen and grandson ot 
Haiti; Ten ».. are visiting her. daugh- 
ter. Mrs. Rochester Law son and Mrs. 
Bridie Ivory, 4202 Finney avenue, 

Mrs. A. T. Nawton 4Z38 Cook, held 
a reception Wednesday, Dee. s 19, 
from 1 to I o'eloch in honor of Mrs. 
G. W. Johnson, of Memphis, Tenii. 
Mrs. Cleaves and daughters. Seroral 
out-of-towjt guesta wera present. 

Mrs. Benjamin Nelson, of 3729 
ttutger street, entertained oo Dee. 
39 -from t until 6 o'clock in honor 
of Miss Louise Hodge of Indianapolis, 
India's:. Mrs. Lena Walker assisted 
Mrs. Nelson In serving. 

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Buckner of 
42354. West Belle Place entertained 
on, Jan. ! with a'flto course dinner. 
Aside from the ini mediate family, 
those proaest wars: Mr. and Mrs. 
>:. English. Mr. and Mrs. Davs Du- 
mas and Miss Addle Smith. 

Kiss Birdie Bes.1. of !T2f Lucas 
avenue left the city Monday for 
Jackson. Tenn.. on account ot the 
deatlt of her cousin. 



Y.W.CA. 

The trniiaj elasM-c hi Co-ikimr. liible 
MteuoEraphy, Lampshade ma king Ote,. 
have npi-iii-d ttlnoc llie Mldtiy* vs'tii :i 
very iTii-iiuraelnK reglwriilliiii. 

New t'kelele (lull* arc la ■«• ("ttinul. 
Wc have suwwkil In fiellluK bb In- 
strut-tor wlio veil! teach the glrlx for 
Ifl rents per leSmili. . All Kirln who 

wish In JohB, (rtionld n-iSirt at the X. "\V. 

»K KCMIll BS pOKslille. 

Tire cirlM of the C _(*. ('. Cltih will 
nweii on Thursday night. January l'3fli 

at M oVIork at the main l.nililinR. 

Tlie emplnytil girls' IMble (."iass will 
meet wieb Tuesday i-vi'tiliiK.' 

The Tiidonr Tenuis ,<'lnli is idaylu« 
sutae ivoiHterrul game* ernli Thurstlny 
eveliliiR: MMA Ihey hojM? -In ileveltipi' 
some "ernek" Hsyers by spring. - 

Tlie ninth annual roll eall fur ntem- 
' IhTs Is oh. For a fuller, more itllenmf- 
ing life eri-rv girl ninl Winnau should 
Join the Y. W. 

Tlie iint.iji- fa especially Invliid in 
aticml Veimerst on rhflnlay at -1 :t1 1*, M. 

SOCUL WBLFARE OF WOl'MIKIi 
SOLDUOH 

The Colored wnnndevl auldiere, who 

are mivivlnv nailioil aiteiirtmi at the 
T 'nil ni shklea l'nl-1 ie Healtli .-.-rvi,.- 
noqgtal. Woo A.rsennl stmti atv also 
iM-ing suelalty ItnproviiL .They were 
rute rlslt.Mil Monday, evening. Dee. ST. 
by the Charity Cloli of the city and 
I*rc. aHh by the J. ('. Prior fltiDday 
tMiw.il .Class of Metcpolltan (Thusrh. 
The soidlera *b» honored gncs.ii of 

tlie Atneclesti I>'gkffl. at their 1m-*i1- 
(jnarten*. ^609 Lawton avenne ami on 
Jan. 1. were royally ettierrglned hy 
Mrs. Frsult Johnson. WH Fairfax ave- 
Thcr are tu lie entertained each 
city, the guest of Rev. De Boo, 101,0 [week by her. 

N. Lefflngwell. * : ar I Mr. Ksuinel H. Kf-il Is s|«riaB no 

Ipalsw In sionslns tnterest- for the anl- 

Mra. N. W. Pardon and daughter ! n >P' " minx JbpiT Weudt' or fho Hty. 
of E»si St. l»uts. 111., wera ine gue» . , 
at dfas-er or Mr. and Mrs. H. Sea- them. 



f tunav liig tlilafs are proaabwd try 



Ue«. HU Laclede, last Thursday. 

Mis* Okabena Cross speut th« holi- 
days tn Cincinnati, Ohfo, the BMBt 
af Mrs. P, 0. Raasell. — 
this city. 



Mrs. AlharU Frsatar. MM 
ttaa ratnmad from LUUa tfoek 
srh*r« aht aftsadM .{ 

h«* sjsuislnsother; 



FOE aiAVOsTTl TXETH 

Walt and see Dr. X, R, Van Boos-en. 
• 14 Ollrs street. For aumoia, see 



have Just 
for slan. 



staapl> a 



nil Walnut atraat. I 
ats totnr T>lsono«d_Ta«tb 



Jeff's Lunch — Keiiimis; city. Mo. 



Fi.ici it Ii!-: US b\KS D.WCE 



II.. re i 



Aim 



• go, old and y<iuii-g. 
i haw 



• fun. 



\l'iili our overalls and apron- 
To join thO r'lrur lie Lis Mir Is In 
their First Barn Dance. Friday even- 
ing. Jan. 'it. H4 .Unlock Hall. JefTersnii 
and 1'iiie. l'ri»'s will Is- unnrdrd 
the tarkie.-x ih-. .■■!■■! fnruier Hud Ihe 
iietttcsi draMGd farnieri'tte. Mnjdc by 
Dcw.pj'a late Orchestra, BcJk*E- 
incuts. Admission iV. ' Net I if Aits- 
ti», presldesat; Bosslo Pjpef. rij* Broal. 
deiil; nphellu Jiuii-m ■Ileiuii'ivoii. S*-.'- 

riHtiry. Ilc.rii-nse Stuilh. assistant me 
rctnry: It la Dales. re[ior(er ; ,Eihel 



. Pictures of the Syncopated Dance 
Will be taken al Pythian Halt. Wed- 
nesday, ni;;lu Jan. 12. This is the 
drat time this year that .pictures of 
a dance have been taken. This is 
the syncopated fiance given by Prof. 
Jas. Harris and Ills orchestra. Their 

slogan in "You lay 'em besaUM we 
are really going to play "em." 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 

NoWc \V. KiHlei-. ICIin Franklin: 
Usual .UiTchvcatlH-r. 322K Wash. 

t.imiiii' Crime. »'lll Ijicliile; Ailiinc 
Murray 8BTO 1 hi Tiurty. 

Jutm-s Ithliiiril-iisn -Ki'^i M'l^t llelle. 
Ktla May IXIhti-j. JS^I Bernard. 

David Mll.llelt. Mtt «Vrt lleile; 
Annie !!. Ijirnbiin. Ineerne*', MlssC 

Nelw.ll Ue.vni,M-. 1^111 St. C'liiirl.-s; 
Mrs. 'Mliiulc ,I:i,k.-.,n, -"^■-t' Wash street 

Archie Via.-eut, HI1-". I.illd.-li : Ag- 
OM lluress. l.Til' f*iMind. . 

Okaa. I'-iyne. Utile lt.sk. Ark., Mrs. 

m, nib Boyd." M-ryTf*- I-S— - 

BdtUe Franklin. MSB clarh: l'nr- 

Ihetiia Mct'onleo. ^7;K'. Clark avenue. 

Jtarrv Bt.vd. 9017 Ijehdii ; Mamie 
M.-Nicli.ib. :;+l-' r^icliilr. 

(,'M-li Kt. r. :M."H IjiwIi.ii: Mrs. Hel- 
en Bro«niti>.'. S N'Tlh c'a rtltt.,11. 

AndeiT.iu Abenuilb.v. :i-Ui IJiston ; 

nla Kniilli. IMW Wells. 

Jack Thornt.jo. WW K. tr.th : (Jo.r- 
Cin llrowii. 1i*i« Xnrtli l.ltlu 

(ii-orgc KeiiFitily. HiTiHn Finney Ave., 
Ada Alesut.dcT :K>~^; Flmii-,v iivenuh 

KrtHwf Wliliams. 2t"« IHlve; Mary 
[•rlVe. '3721a Lneas aveuiMn 

Wvlwt..T E.»wsle>-. nana Franktiu, 
\elll" Smli h. Vewport. ,lrk. 

Aiolin>se Conner. !KM S. 11th; I^ua 
hinillt. OWI-S. nth. 'i 

Saw BtkeWal* 15 S. Uth; Lnl: 
Fairfas. 1331 X. Ilth. . 

Dan Iti.1.ar.lsi,ii. *-"."1i Ijietede; Etbrt 

U'iidiiuglnir. a*W l-ii'lede 
llitlonl Loess.. s.i«..n. Besunaoos; 

B^ Irn a MeCnr, Kinbwh . i'srk. Mo. 

Ernrest Booth) Es« St. I-oiils, 111 
Aisah* Marjls. Eust *. i>aii", ill. 

Wlllisui Uslh-v. OlOti Virginia : 

(llndys B. J.diuaoii. Cl«3 S. Broatl- 

Hcrla-rt XBekMin. Z2V2V, (Hive; 
Mrs. Uurs E, MtCarroll, 3t!3 line. 

Jake Washinsjon. U tarr; Mrs 
I.ia-y lk-11. 13 fdrfi 

Harris H. Ktevms. SlV Morgan ; 



Mrs. Minnie McMlchel. S342 IL-tinUdpIi 

Oentle Qisut. 3^ line ; Mrs, lian. 
nuh Miller. ::T-'. lnne. 

John W. Cornell. Jr, 1*13 N. lUrrt- 
antrt Mlasoarl I. Firkins, l.KT: Mtcfcy. 

J-i.ii Crnn'n. 4EE1 Leouard -, ilntiie 
1'Uur. 3303 Wtmhiiigt.xi. 

Rdjcur Arnohl, ll^J N. luth: Haiti. 
Strugs*. ItZi X- IBth. 

Thail I ji«I,-. tls-Jti aluney ; Annie BeU 
(-..USUI. 431K t.'.ait. 

<»<■ sMstsn a S"ut!i 
Taylor. Will Vtrgiuut. 

WJ.1is.tn Jenklas. Eart St. Lonls. TIL, 
Mrs. Levy «1b1s, Bast St, Lonls, Ml. 



sMMUCn AT CLAMCSVaU ' 



Mrs. Asass Jde^DSter, 33M Berasunl 
, street sjsd-jlr. Wat- tlaaker of «a*i- 

' . lia»-Hs*rlirrti;ih»> last aasasaa^ rHir. Mo., vert. ^aWlj- awrrtH Ik**. 
ii- IT '-■'- HU ana sasates * at the hUE. Psrs.saje. C!saih»rUk» 



Standard Life Insurance Co, 

The year just closed has been, in many 
respects, one of achievement and progress, 
for our Country and our Race. We have 
tried to contribute what we could towards 
lifting the burdens of others and retain our 
position as an Old Line Company. : ." 

iWith the turning point behind us, we 
aitteacing the New Year with every hope 
of success,. The new conditions coming so . 
suddemW will have a tendency to discourage " 
those whb are tirnid. We wish to sound 
this note/ of warning to our people every- 
v/herex^Lose all timidity. Be of good cheer 
^press on. These new conditions are 
the passing of an inflated period and the 
gradtitTK-eturh to normal conditions. 

Welfctrongly urge upon our people the 
necessity of Systematic Saving, that they 
■ot be affected by the sudden change 
"A feffe Insurance Policy in an OldiLine 
Company Is the most wonderful savinc ac- 
count in the world— BECAUSE— it enables 
the Policy-holder to save IMMEDIATELY 
what he or. she intends to save if they li\\:. 

An Untimely Death Docs Nut A.fcct\a 
Suvlnil Account Like This. 

The EDUCATION of our children miit 
not be neglected because we die. f The 
MORTGAGE on the home must not be fore- 
closed because we die. The STANDARD of 
living which we establish for our fami- 
lies must not be lowered because we die. 
Tlie AM BITION of the young Ion or daugh- 
ter must no be stifled because we die. - 

Start another saving account in an Old 
Line Legal Reserve Life Insurance Com- 
pany and provision is made that minute 
to carry through your cherished ideal in 
case of an untimely death. 

Standard Life Insurance Company, in 
grateful appreciation. of the Confidence and 
support it has received from the public in 
the past, ask for a continuance of that con- 
fidence and extends to everyone sincere 
wishes for a prosperous year. , 

STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

Old Line * Legal Reserve 

Home Office Atlanta, Ga. 

Taste's a Standard Lif*> Agent near you. C\ 




Beautiful 
BOOKER WASBWG TOH CEMETERY ' 

OWNED and OPERATED by COLORED PEOPLE 

KBIT I'NDKB ITSKTBTIML QtigE 

45 MIN. RIDE FROM ST. LOUIS 

**T^S'f. LMW8 OKWCB ST. UH'IS OFFtfE 

j:iIH K. riKOAIWAY 
IIIOAHK: SL Clair 19S9 
Brisfel*T3 



!fi:i.) MlKKirr 
PtHsNEH: Uosnonl :(I1H 
Ceatrat S71W-I. 



MlisI ivas itiidsnil liy Clileago's 
indite MX'ii'ly as Hie snuirlest evnil of 
tho liuildnys irns Hie tunrriugr i.f Miss 
.Mile JuIiii-hoii, .'tllsl Mtnitli I'liTk Ate., 
lu KeulH'ii S. M.-W..rter nf llils elly, 
■a-hi.-b tts* jilaee Thurstiay. IJi-c. Wl. 
". it. in. at Ihe i, = -n .■■ nf Die liride lu the 
WjaMiirii or asen ihsu -i liundr«l elose 
frieifi*t 

The renwrkithle fmmre ot ttie i-ere- 
nrnny ims Hje lm|irewire auiiiiier wliiei. 
Hie lit. Brv. ltlslH>p Hiaekwrll of the 
A. M. E. Zi'Ui Chureh alBeiatrtl, asjdst- 
«d hy bis hmther. Bev, HlncKnitl- TIu- 
llbiliu^s tQi>ivle.lge of that ritualist ie 
rii.-. "f hi- ■ liiiri-h eiiahled hitn to de- 
liver ois: of tla- nuwt. profound, tere- 

tEi ■■! without the rltliat. 

Mrs. MrWorter's ebaruiing rs.nn.n- 
nlliy has nuttle her qnlte a favorite 
In i'hlengii. Mr. WeWnrier is cjulte pop- 
alar la the serial elreles and is em- 
ployed aa a clerk in lue t'ily l"u*d 
OfBee. 

They were the reelph^its of hood 
soiw and' c-ostly nreseuts, >itn r sml 
eat glasu i.i. lu.l, ,1. Tl,.i nre at home 
In their fri-'isris. L^ll W. Fluuey. 



Postal Clerk Marries JiTU** Caai laa#JsM 

Chicago Society Belle 11,16 EaSt India 

Hair Grower 



BIRTH S RECO RDED 

GIHa 

-T t:. Bniiiii. M 5a Lai-rrilr. 

3. * 11. Wssiiiiiwwj. t2S0 W. K-.T 

a. * b. snee, SNirj iiti-nfti 

W. * J. Wi Ifcer. M'JK PsflB ,* 

J. * i*. reikin... 31107 II ae. Bear. 

V. * K. nnrker, Z23, * is;n 

IV. & X. (ill. -2\M JMvixioti. 
A. * O. I Inline. SIM (Ttmillilt. 
W. ft A. lieinmo, aetLuiss 
M. ..ft A. Woodridsv. 121* Cuitstc. 
A. * I, inisott. «OI3 rsplu 
E ft M. Nsoee, » Pi'pjn 

assts 
T. ft E-CaUiisr, -Jmi tMrhdcu. 
J. ft V. Brawn. iThTlt. dan) 
K. ft tLUosralod, an, ri naliiasv 
4. X ft «B | > as» si.. fI»-K.^a»i ■* ■ 





DRT AW.D 

WIRVTRi 

East India 
Hair Grower 

luW.« .... 

Th»r»—*ar (*b1b ie«l*- 
^.tmtoihsiWsoitfcsHili. 

tha aklm. 1 ll ll I MWI lodoiln 

"■"" ^ "^L^^a.- 1 !": 




l.fcLTranath**lH'»*s.Mfe; 

ftiaii.Osr.OaU. 



PAGE FOUR 



THE ST. LOUIS ARGUS, FRIDAY, JAN' % 1921 




I AMUSEMENTS 
| AND SPORT 



BOOKER WASHINGTON THEATRE m 



and Market 



Streets 



THEATRES 



HELEN BOMBRAYE SCORES HIT 
IH -PRICE OF A WOMAN'S 
HONOR" AT B. W. THEATRE 

Miss Kloi;ii' Jnhn^nii illil not reach 
St. T.oiili Hi lake, tin! U'luliiiK t'hi'irirr- 

(er in vThu I'ricc o£. a iVonum'B 
Honor," at The Booker WasMtffiton 
Theatre this wetJf. bin her place hiiN 
been well Illicit by Helen Flnmbrnyi; 
08 "JBfrfflle". In f;nl JIWKhinlinive'* 
acting .can hardly be improved muni. 
Hlio IS cuiial to Hit) rcilulrcniunls In 

:iii the iininuiii, line* and bet excel- 

kiiil ainniiii; niii'L- I.- ilisiiliiycil iliiriit« 
I he Lighter moments ut the nroiluc- 
tfon. 

The story la nf a trlrl, liiiim- on n 
visit from college, <jills B victim of 
an iiiisVriipiiIuii' ;itlvcn Hirer. , She la 
lietraycil ami ilcscrtcil with a cliilil. 

hut traees him to the city anil Softs 
herself u maid (u the home where bo 
is hi lie married. She stuns Hie cere- 
ninny urn] he imys the penalty i>y 
moada of a plsmi In tier hands. The 
Unci »f the drama ceu,utre a bit of 

real nrtlim nittl the vlthiI llliy nf svr- , 
oral m-uitiers of the Huh liusscll I 
.ell show 



Bob Russell Presents 
His All Star 
Company in 



v 





Week Beginning Mon day, Jan. 10 

J J A Musical Comedy 
PictHre^^On The Bowery 



In New York City 
A Typical Presentation of Life Among the Famous Characters in the Slum District of a Great City 



JAZIL4ND 



PALACE 

of 
DANCING 

2216 MARKET STREET 



WEDNESDAYS 
Novelty Nights 



THURSDAYS 

Instruction Nights 



ADMISSION FREE 



ELIMINA^ON DANCING CONTEST 




TO DECIDE n 
PIONSHIP 

OF ST. LOUIS 



STARTS 



TUESDAY-FRIDAY 
JAN. 11-14 



Tlie .winners' eueh uljrht. in I tic preliminaries, 
will be ;iint'i>il on u Ki-M'i'vv Ldst limit nit contestants 
Imivp linil a chanto. The Ilescrfo List will then go 
through < In- eniuc progress of clldfiualiun until (tic 
Fraud linn Is; when the mcdala wilt tic Awarded Jo 
the <'hiiiu|iioiiH. This Contest will extend over a 
IM'tfuri of Hcvenil weckslii onler that every one may 
Linve a. fair chance, mid tile judges jsiveu Ample 
oppnrtunlt|r to rentier good dechdumi. . . 



ONfcSTEP, TWO-STEP 
JAZZ, .WALTZ 



4 GOLD MEDALS 

Each Medal Consists Of A 
Medallion With A $20 
Gold Piece Center f 

Two Dances Each Night 
At 9 ;\nd 10 O'clock 



'anccf 
9 and 



Bnhdied tirtim 






1 > I ■ - 



ihn hotra 

lion Uliasoll, 



t Unci* 



In Ihe comtc role iis a vatet; all liave 
Import tint ]i;iris Well ptayed. 

The aiilun of the Piny allows plen- 
ty Of rodtii for ttotiRs. ilallivs :ni(l 
comedy, in which several members: 
of Ltiii company iij)]iciir at Itu-lr hcsi. 
There to a variety of a-pwinlltcs ti> 
amiisu everyone. Tiic*c include Cliirn 
SmKli, the coon son;: xhiiuu-r. In "The 

Yellow lion ita*:" Jines and Mbvj 

llonitirayc 10 "Take It from Mi>," 
Harry tiray in an e.'i'enlrti- ilanre: 
several -inood ehorns niinilieis by the 
cimipQiiy; utid mimiTiniH eomeily 
nkiia In which "TfMlimIe" Pairchll'da 
ami wife. Has Olden anU oilier fet 

a chance. Taken aa n whole, the 

show ia the heat of Ilia Kn^selt [iru- 
lin.tlunH lo date, 
n 
The 
Bent "'Troiilile Alley" ai 

Washington TSeatre m 

in a nilliekJnR muslr;i] r 
.(I in the (anions Bowel 
Sew York City. Tyiitc; 
of lh,ii stain lite In a &. 
depicted and oat of i 
iiinips an exhllurutlnj; ■ 
ru t -t l ill miic nt. 



NEW COMET 



THEATRI 



Devoted Exclusively To The Best in Photoplays and Music. 



2110 Market Street 

1 1 

Open from 10 a. m. to 11 p. m 



ENGiGEMEr^T RY fi®"DOU^G Marko 

THURSDAY, JAN. 13- Co,ni ^ 1)ircct from Us WEEKLY ENGAGEMENTS DOWNTOWN. FIRST TIME to be shown in St. Louis AT POPULAR PRICES 
SATURDAY, JAN. 8 * ! 



"DINTY" 



AT THE MOVIES 

T11K COMET— Marshall [So 
big production. "IHnty." Wit 
ESttOrsfl »t Tbo Comet fffaoat*< 
,"Muiniay. It la the tale of :. 
Inc. San Frnnelaeo newsboy, "U 
ti'Siilltvan. It den la Willi hit! r'l 
_ftp head of flic NowKhova' Trust, b 



tlTrnVmfrrnpriT- s.iirt lit plays In run- 
nlnB down a luinil of -Malay hlfih- 
btnders Who have siolen Ihe asslalant 

Slatrirt alloraes** .fiance. Pathoa, 
iiluor. niniLiii*!' unit nilveninre are 
lite four elements lhal .Mnrshlal 
Neilan has woven Injlo (lie plat. The 
tlrvl eplsodo of "Fantontas" will alsu 

be shown on SaiumaT. it Is said \<t 
have t weni y weeks of thrills and 



ihin plctura "iiouK" has imi mar 

thrills ami CM'il'-incnl liefoce un 
»iew thiin l«*hUH ever iloav hti'tK 



The new Paths Serial.. "The Fan 

l)..|iiiiil Ihe Curtain." starts at Th- 
Comet ncit *'*W«J. Jan. 11. u -I 

"unilerrtooil that 1 li- 



MarnlialL Veilan\ Nrunl and lliwl 

I'leasim Urania with 

"FRECKLES- 
WESLEY HARRY 

;iU,i WSV H1\'S l.Art-.SI.SKKI.VI. 

'Fantomas' 

. TIIK tiliKATKST IHriKirlVr; 
STUB* KHill III.MKi) 

In 'in Kflsotlea 
and COMEDIES 

"VELVET FINGERS" 

Starts Friday Jan. 11 



SUNDAY- JAN. 9 

Special — Wm. Fox. Presents 

Buck Jones 

rm: n\Ki-:iH':\ it. t owiiuv in 

AN IIHKilNAi. KIII.K 
' AS A (dWI'l M'HKK IN 

"TWO MOONS" 

; t-'lKhtiiiK Itrituui of tile 



, WarfoTv bed 



SHUFFLE THE QUEENS 

\ Tan 1'arl lOnn-ily 
1 ll\ XKWS — , MITT Jt JKK1 



MONDAY, JAN, 10 

Corrine Griffith 

in \ ii;i graph':! (•rmlesl tlram.i 

'The Broadway Bubble" 

A KENSAIIONAX 1>H.\MA OF 

THK STAliK .\.M> IIO.W: 

;iIm» 10th KpiMHlr tit 

THE VEILED MYSTERY' 

uilh j\ntonin Murwm iini! 
GVAilUJi KKrll) 

The Calornl Art«r Ml'Ji Bj^s Ills 
life In save Ilia mailer from Hie Hiilrli- 
is of Ihe iiira-lful 

VEUJSp inSTKKHHS I'KKSON 

<1»IINf) 

"HELLIOTROPE" 

The M.cl.r llr.iui.i 

THIKNDAV, JANTAJtY 30 



TUESDAY, JAN. 11 

KXTR,\ SPECIAL 

Wm. Vox prchiois liis Mastrrtlrama 

■ of I)uine>li|. Coinlitintis ', 

"The Face At ■„ 
Your Window" 

A ninili 11 VSTllKY A I.OVK STOBV 
A Secret Service Kouuune anil a 
I'airiciic Spectacle Cnnihineil. 

in se^t:n parts 
A Production that has cost 
over half million dollars to 

screen 



lioiiuhia Fliirhaiik'* Ailveaturva a 
-UK the l'nelilo. Jmliana will tliril 
n niori' lliau yon were ever tlirlllci 
{.,!■.:■ SKK IIIM 

THURSDAY, JAN. 13 



WEDNESDAY, JAN 12 

Bryant Washburn" 
In Ihe Brenj', ivppy aad Most 
llumoraus Comedy 

burglar Proof" 

A PAltAMdlM' I'ltTlJKE 
also 

"THE SON OF TARZAN" 

and OTHERS 



GEO. B. SEITZ 

IN TUB ROLE OF 
AN HONEST CROOK as 

"VELVET FINGERS" 

Ol'TKOES HIMSELF 

Be Sure To See Him 

FRIDAY, JAN. 14 



FRIDAY, JAN 14 " 

- "W HAT IS VOIR IDEA OF 

Tickle 'Women? 

SEE 

THE RRIM.IANTK SATI'RDAY 
EVKNING POST STOKY 

"FICKLE WOMEN 4 ' 

— AlJiO— i - 

GEO B. SEITZ 

■ In Palhe'it Hmw l and 

Mwit'Senaalional Serial 

"Velvet Fingers" 

It taken a' ennik Id entth a qriwlt. 
l wpLh this Men in luinil "VSLYl!!" 
jHctJ oal\i|i very ihitipriHu ininslr^ 



Make Up Your Mind That 
You Will See Thrills Run- 
ning Neck and Neck — even 
before its' Terrifiic Climax 



Douglas Fairbanks in "The Mark of Zorro" 

The Latest United Artists Production 



tm 



■l>oop;," perforbs o (mnltldiilc 
ncel(-ljr«ikliijt agile alnnts," 
iiifi-'tlona ouiile ' tinil (hn.i 

(Icvil-niiij- 
•ja'p" into-tfie role that IiIh nduilre 
hull Hits performance hhi heft 



THURS. 
JAN. 13, 



NEW MOVIE THEATRE 



kept roll It .-kiiiK ihr 



I)"n Jliimlav 
iteKi Krlln 
Ml iiroiluc 



SATURDAY. JAN. 8 

Antonio Moreno 

In hi- 111- i f-prrl iniliir li-.iriii 

M The Island of 
Regeneration" 

In X part*' 

also HOOT GIBSON in 

III* LATEST WI,srt:t(V liR\M\ 



V 



MarKet Street 

Near Jefferson Avenue 

Newly Remodeled and Decorated 



SUNDAY, JAN. 9 



WM. S. HART 

IN HIS LAtKKT * 

lUUMATICSlfCESS 

THE 
CRADLE OF 
COURAGE 

Kfca StNSIIINK CO.HKIIY 



MONDAY, JAN. 10 

"What Women Love" 

A M.ASTKK ( NliKRSKA 
PRODI CTION WITH 

ANNETTE KELLERMAN 



SPECIAL-TUESDAY 

GEORGE~WALSH 

In h Stirring Drama 
of the Underworld 

"From Now On" 

EIGHT PARTS 



WEDNESDAY- JAN. 12 

ROBKRT W. CHAMBERS 
UHEATEST STOBV 

"The 
Fighting 
Chance" 



THURSDAY, JAN. 13 
Katharine MacDonald 

THE SCREEN'S MOST 
BEALTIFTL GIRL IN 

"The Notorious 

Miss Lisle" 

and "BRIDE 13" 



STAR THEATRE 



14-16 S. Jefferson 

OPEN rOvA. M. to 11 P.M. 



jrlil. -'From Now Uti". 



EXTRAORDINARY- 



"The Riddle Woman 



M* „f the 
tiMiftffr ilk*- 



mm 



On 



»t , 






tMahtiwti K-IHh Bloray in ihe role 
at Zu'r-i lh« dauichlBrjaf t-'rencH par- 
Mi reared !>*■ AlRcrian Aratie, Kl«M 
ftsfshi-l performaiire ol a viiuiiK 
loan whffl toltewa in the fooi-tciis 
"ler gal^iy [ov l:ig mother only to 
- t6il true happinrw-fi) to he- 
I not in the slitter an<l tliaptay 
■* world of lashtoii hut in trac 

•jIk leature at lllis theatre 

nrsilay "ill he Donnhi I'hM- 

■)nee To Kvery Woman." It 

■ > nta snialMown Kirt Willi 

• _*rft-C* who 1i«m the world at 

id then linea her lift ol 

natery gver self and her 

- beiri o( (ha tuan who 



; Gerald*ae 
Farrar in 

i H) YOU KNOW YOUR OWN WIFE? 

No nun -lot*-. Mf Itcrx-lf i- ]Hi»M hj III- runliriiii; mundi of hrr ■™n 
hurt, iihi-'e -ni'iitl'I'T [In- pa--io;i> nf a Siippbo mat uhere dwells llic royleo 
nf Mum I hi. I 1 "! i- not th" WTJ iiitterijinl) "f winiMti lHTsreale< rhann? 
SHE THIS SKNSATIONAL STOR\ OF A WOMAN'S LIME 

a\-» IHh Episode of "THE FLAMING DISK" 
VAUDEVILLE in MOVIES, and COMEDIES 



This SATURDAY 

„| EDITH STORY 



EXTRA— SUNDAY, JAN. 9 -SPECIAL 



Moon Madness 



Snnnnrteil It)' 

WILLIAM (lit KTLKUUI, .JOSCF 

^ SWUKARI), WAU.M'K Me - 

ixinalu. ikj:se hint 
and s vm It- (.Icasm; 

r I he Compelling Story of a Strange Man Who Linger- 
ed Where the Desert and Jungle Meet — Watching Over 
a Cirl 2i.il Waiting for the Man Who Ruined His Home. 

\ llllill J .l\<: lnniAMr; OF Oil) WORLD MYSTKRV AND 1NTRIG1K 

A Wi-viaridl SneclarLc of lioulinrit ainl l',-;^t. with a Love Theim! 

uf Iriiiiii ii'..'- I'inin- 
hhall >!"■ Mjrry llcr Ilnmc Sweetheart, or ihio.e dictiiy Han's L«te? 



Tla- Si\lh of Tlw 
' Red Riders Series 

''The 
timber WoJF' 

AND LION COMEDY 



Music Under Direction of 

MISS MARIE HARRIS 

The Organist, 

MONDAY, JAN. 10 
Madge Kennedy in, 

"Dollars and Sense" 

BANKER OK BAHBR. WHICH? ■, 
She tltrew hrr heart In Hit? urate that 
bore the hjinihic baker— aud It out- 
weighetl the rich man/a feJd. 

A tit'!i< sr.ii-'i ceaiedy-^wlth Iintfiter 
tremtillniE n\ the brink of tear*. You'll 
lore cniy iwh ol It, 

A CRM OK A PICTl RE 
also llh BDiMde of 
JACK IIOX1E in 

'THUNDERBOLT JACK" 

and a SCKKAHLNb COMEDY { 



TUESDAY, JAN- 13 | WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12 



Anne Luther 

and an .Uf Slur Cast in 



"Neglected Wives" 



'Up In Mary's Attic' 



She HbN'Ik*! 



P-l.fc.-TON 

Staph 



I 



- Marshal! 
Diuav" wm 
. (w, I'endteton " 
LiVS surnUy. 

— ■ 'Hub San Fi 

_, -inty becom 
UEgt#rii>t. worl 



by riW. _^-= sa A 



IV lm 

If you hid llw ivceta*!." Ofstljl 
,-.. ^ ,, H .^^"■""lP'l'■'' »i> the fa"- "t the mrth. 

,r r I. II ... **" ,UI W ' , ' 1 "" hllu 111!.. Ihr KMMtl ■'«' 

iiis.-al. uini.halful of '1*1% l""™^ " '"" 

liln eli-Krr. niilirktns *U>rj ! 

liunvin ama'sl. ita heart; 

-'Inii^ti*- lIk IhrlllluK oiomi-iilN wilt unt 

a tens*: iVkama of life .vat -*"" '"' *"**"" 
ijivk. lntkk.if. ktjhance and 

.ii^kntc-rs • ^ ■ 

aho tlfh Kpisndr of 

"THE PHANTOM FOE 

and COMEDIES ■ 



("hi . hiir.li iittihv .iii|hi 

M>«' thin iirrat lair.iau ilrai 
S.-iiimIi- "f Rmf, lut[i{<itif!i« ahcl 



. (Ida; . 



• ftir »ou-"t'l> 
"ilu Marj'a Attic"; 
T II .« See (III. Foi—h- of 

• I "THE TIGER BAND" 

and TWO PART COMEDY 



EXTRA SUPER-FEATURE -i THURSDAY, JAN. 13 



DOROTHY PHILLIPS In 

"Once To 

Every Woman'" 

Is it Love, temptation, Opportunity, Or? 
Alio -Eddie Polo in "King of the Circmj" Weekly and Comedy 



Once in crery wanun'a life eomca 
a eerlJiiii tBgmeitt. It will rome to 
j-on— Juki as It came (o Anreta Mere- 
dith. What do fou think It IsT Yofl'll 
kiiotj; whw yoa mi> tiiiH great picture— 

a [■!»; that every woiimn wdl urnler 

A MARVEt.Ol S LOVE STORY 
THAT YOU'LL \KVEK FtHMiET 



FRIDAY SPECIAL 

Elaine Hammerstein in 

"The 
Daughter Pays" 

Poverty against riches, . 
love and tenderaes pitted ** 
gainst the smouldering hate ■ 
of a monomaniac. ' 

The Htrxtigi- expRlence of ■ ettl 
wbo. BMreted the. lusn who hail been 
Jillut hj- her .mother 

'.-'AM8. . 

TWO PART WESTERN 
and TWO PART COMEDY 



COMIN^I-'^ill^You Marry Me?" 



— aUo 



"The Stealers" 



fM 



THE, ST. LOUIS ARGUS, FRIDAY, JAN- 7, 1921 



(Coo tin tied from pago 41 



recovery of his fiancee who tins been 
kidnapped by n gang ot Malay half- 
breeds, and' engineers a- little ro- 
mance of blB own, la rovoaled Id One 
of the beat anil moat unique films of 
the screen. 

On Monday and Tuesday, The Pen- 
dleton will feature "In The Heart of 

- a Pool." It la one of the most etab- 
ok :e and dramatic productions of the 
y_ear. Big In theme, conception and 

. staging, It lays bare the heart of a 
men who blasphemes hla God end 
ruthlessly violatoa the sanciHy ot a 

woman's lovo. 

The offering oo Thursday and Fri- 
day will be "Idols of Clay.'" It ts a 
thrilling romantic story, written by 
Oulda Bergere, takes you to a lau- 
Kiinroua Isle In the South Bea, then 
to the dluy heights of London be- 
hemlsn society and at last in » den 
lu [he picturesque Llmehouse under- 
world, where true love Anils 4-way 
out to happiness. 

THE CR1TBR10K— The big fea- 

- turn st The Criterion Theatre this 
Saturday will be "Nomads of 'The 
North." It is a story of the Far 
North n ml |n It is unfolded one ol 
the most absorbing love affairs yet 
filmed. The struggle of a man and 
woman to attain ma tr I men la I happi- 
ness against the villainy of human 
plotters devoid of the spirit of fair 
play and to surmount the difficulties 
Nature places In the way tn n wild 
country where civil Nation's hand boa 
not smothered out obstcalea can have 
only one effect .and that la to hold 
every witness thoroughly enrapt and 
enthralled. But there are other out- 
standing, features entirely out of the 
rodlnary In "Nomads of tlil: North." 
One is the amazingly clever acting of 
several animals, notably a bear, and 

adog. pals throughout the thrilling 
story and the other Is a forest Are, 
which Is undoubtedly the very acme 
lit realism. 

On Sunday, The Criterion will offer 
Norma Talmadge In "The Branded 
Woman." It Is the most arahitlous 
production from point of spectacular 
stagecraft In Norma Talmadgs'a ca- 
reer. Prom out of the past there 
came tier mother's sin, to mock the 
right to love — to take what Ood had 
given — to snatch aside the veil that 
kid the Brand! 

THB JE8T-A-MERB — On Sun- 
day and Monday the Jeaia-Mere 
Theatre will present "Half 
Chance". ' " 

"Sailor" Bur lie. an ex -prise fighter 
and derelict, escapes while being tak- 
en to prison for a murder of which 
ii. -la Innocent. He ahlpe as a stoker 
and, when .the boat la wrecked, res- 
cues Jocelyn way, the daughter of 
the Judge who sentenced him. Hi 
drifts onto a lonely island and stu- 
dies law from books found oil a 
wreck. 

Ten years later, as John Steele, he 
is San Francisco's greatest criminal 
lawyer. He again meets Jocelyn 
Wray and fall* In lore with her. Her 
accepted. fiancee Jack Ronsdale, rec- 
ognises. Steele and hire* * delevtlve 
to denounce him. 

With Jocetyn'e aid ,he esc _ 
detectives and, after a fierce fight, 
secures- a confession from a witness 
to the murder, and discloses Hons- 
dale as a party to it. -. 

The feature, at tils' Theatre on 
». jWedsesday and Thursday., will be: 
■TJT-The Beat Luck." It M 'the story of 
I a. courageous girl's single-handed 
'" 'battle with a powerful and unscru- 
Lpuious Spanish grandee for posseas- 
\mi of a fortune that Ilea Ave fatb- 
its deep tn the ocean in the hold of 
"lunken galleon. "; > 

Phelr Aght carries the girl Into the 
art below the surface ot the sea. 
Jre" Alee In on airplane: aha * Ives 
rfnto the lurking depths oM he mighty 
"^ ocean tn a submarine; she rides by 
night on a powerful motorcycle with 
the Spaniard's hired minions pursu- 
ing In a racing automobile; sho hur- 
tles serosa a narrow foot brldgs that 
i spans a .death chasm. 



"" THIS SATURDAY, JANUARY 8 ' 

WM. S. HART¥^Between Men" 

ALSO— 9th Episode of "THE TIGER BAND" 



JESTAMERE 

THEATRE finneyrWhittier 



SUNDAY, MONDAY, JAN.. 9-10 

Jesse D. Hampton Presents 
' MAHLON HAMILTON and LILLIAN RICH in 

'HALF A CHANCE' 

-^-POWERFUL^lAY OF LIGHTNING CLIMAXES 
AND.STRONG HEART PULLt ~~ *— 

You'll iir carried uwiiy to the squalid underworld, Hie prize- ring, Itie water 
fniiil, tlii' rum (room, the roaring ocean,' the lullclv island and to dazzling society. 



ADDED ATTRACTIONS 
"The Hall Room Boys," Comedy 



"The Tiger Band" 



Mutt & Jeff 



M ANHATTAN p I Tf AND DANCE 
Newstead and Finney U Hi L PALACE 



' PAGE FTVB 

* '•' 



EXTRA SPECIAL-WED., THURS., JAN. 12-13 

'The Best Of Luck" ~ 

WITH AN ALL STAR CAST 

From lite Famous Drury Lane Melodrama in which. Luck nuts Hire wilh Fale. 
ALSO THURSDAY ■ 

FIRST EPISODE of "THUNDERBOLT JACK" 



TUESDAY, JAN 11 

Hale Hamilton in 
"THE FOUR FLUSHER" 



?> 



'RIDAY, JAJf. 14 

it) Request 

Owen Moore in 
"POOR SIMP" 

also 11th Kplsodr of 
"TUB VKII.EII MYSTERY" 



SUNDAY MATINEES 
4 To 7 P. M. 

WHITE'S ORIENTAL 
JAZZ BAND 

HOffKKT LALSUSfi — PROP. 



PINECREST BOYS 

Will InlrodUre 
THEIR NEW DANCE - 

•TUBS. NIGHT, JAN, 11 

In Cmpellllon for the Cadi Prize To 
Be Given To The Club IntrodUcinE Ulet 
Mast Popular Dance. 



SPOT LIGHT NIGHT 
EVERY THURSDAY" . 



Handsome Friae Given to The Liidy 

on whom the Spot 1 Jglit falls. — always 

HIGH I'MSS ENTERTAINERS 



PENDLETON 



4264 Finney Avenue 



Open 2 :30 Daily 



OUR NEW HEATING PLANT 



DINTY" 



This SATURDAY and SUNDAY, JAN. 8-9 
Marshall Neilan 1 ,1 

Preterit* 

Wesley Barry in 

The Big Spectacle 

The Freckle-faced funomenon 

Starts a Tunc war In Chinatown — lift* the llil isT a real life romance — 
ops nnuj 1 wllli tbe swlftesl art of laugh-thrills you ever saw.. 

IT GOES LIKE A STREA'K-O'-LIGHTNING! 

leaver a tntll of mystery, drama, comedy and vSrilU yoti iron 'I fur^el. 

Sl\ big reel? 

ALSO —Last Chapter of "BRIDE 13" 

BURTON HOLMES and MUTT & Hi f on SATl'RDAY 

SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE 



MONDAY and TUESDAY, JAN. 10-1 1 i EXTRA SPECIAL 



JNTHE 

HEART 

OF A 

FOOL 



A POWERFUL PICTURE 
OF EVERYDAY FOLKS 

DEPICTING LOVK, SACRIFICE. 

MOB V10LKM E. DISASTER, 

RUN, CATASTROPHE 

fc'EE— The Bttaring Coal Mine 
The rrciuied Mob 
The Avenging lorelet 
The Fashionable Wedding 
Tin- I'alare nf Sin 
ALL GKM-INE TIIRILIJERS 



• SHOWING TO 
^^" ADULTS ONLY 

_ A FOX COMEDY BOTH DAYS 

ALSO SlMmiNi; MONDAY— "KITH OF THE ROCKIES" 



TUESDAY— "THE H,AM1NG DISK" 



AOOtBw ZUltOB WtllHTS A 

George Fitzmauri! 




PROOUCTlOH 



Idols of Clay" 

mh Mae Murray *»d David Powell 
G Cpamnwmit Q>idun? 



A Romance embracing all of life and wooing it to 
love. Filled with the thrill of "On With the Dance," the 
lure of "The Right to Love —and more. 

ALSO— "SON OF TARZAN", "Torehy Comes Through, and NEWS 




CQMING-JAN. 15-16— "Earthbound" and "Fantomus," Greatest Detective Story Ever Filmed 



2644-46 FRANKLIN AVE. 
St. Louis' Leading Ph oto Play Theatre 

Newly Deco rated. Always A bsolutely Sanitary. 1000 Comfortable Seats. Best Music 



CRITERION THEATRE 



MANHATTAN CAFE TO 

..»in>rn-r a r».r ii'iMVCDC' period or several weoas in oraer yj 
ENTERTAIN WINNEKS^-. eve rv one m » y have, „ rs.tr chanl 



SPECIAL —SATURD AY, JAN. 8 

"Nomads "ofThe North" 

The Story of a Man and Woman Who Fought Through 
Forest Fire To Freedom 

A Alanel ol Warm Lave In (be midst ot life's rigorous frigitr uilli a 
bear and n ilos as HuereHsont l« Dan Cupid. 
• F-PKCTACCXAR — CHARM INti — THRld.INO — MARVELOUS 

ALSO— FRANKLIN FARNUM in "Breezy Boh" 
AND— a Screaming Comedy "FOUR TIMES FOILED" 



SUN DAY, J A N. 9 

Norma Talmadge in 

"The Branded Woman" 

The Story of a Heaven for Three, that Hung on a Thread 

, The Sold ol 1'iirily rinigKiil Uilo the mire of a mother's -eynirbim. A firi 
furred li> the »er>' hrlnk of thp":ihj>s from uhirli no woman ever eseapr.i. Mw 

whiil l':i|ipni. u In n Iiit hiisliiuiil l.jmii Ihe Imlli. 

ALSO— "THUNDERBOLT JACK" - and - Pathc Comedy 



MONDAY 

ANITA STE^WAR' 

'Harriet 




e Piper" 



iTeih Efii-mlc of 

"The Son of Tarzan" 



TWO REEL COMEDY 



COMING 

KATCRKAW JAMTARV 15 

STBfi FACE AT— ^r- 

YOUR WINDOW" 

THR < HMtSSAI. SPECTACLE OF 

AN AMERICAN CU.MMI MTV'S 

SITKMMK TRLAL 



SL'NUAV, J.AN. IB 

NAZIMOVA in 

"MADAME 1'EACOCK" 



Clear Stand (or St, Louisiana only 

These contests will ixlend ovi'r 
period at several woeks In order 
rn'ry onv may have a f&lr cti;-.... 

OP POPULAR CLUB ; EJ££JS?M JurK " to ^< " ld, 
CONTEST, TUESDAY' t»» nmu public is inviied to 

,„ ___ i witness tin? events each night, as 
Nszt Tneaday night, Jan. 11, the ' they will be highly entertained 
Manhattan Cafe will entertain the" • 

popnlar club contest at the Supreme! MEETING JANUARY lo 

Tweltf'a Daot>s>»aju^4«Jaii .Hall, 

Dec. 29. AH clubs are corWally la- ( T h« -Boua i nwetilia: ot the stock- 
vltsd to attend an4 help m»e this fcatasra ot tb* St Urohs OUnls Base 
a alglil tor these two club to long. BBl| ud An^BefQeot Company, for 
remember. | the election ot lire Directors to serve 

Pinccrett Bovs' Introduction | iiurfiig the crisulnK year and for the 

Next Tuesday nlxht also the Pine- : transaction of such other buslneos as 
crest Boys Club will Introduce their ; may probably come before the mee<~ 
latest dance In competition tor Ihe: ins.'wlil be held at the oQce ot Ho- 
435. 98 cssh ptise and banquet which- mor. y.. X/htlllpa. ^33^ Market Street, 
will be tendared tha Club lntroduc-| czmii! flour) lit. \m\\*. State of Mis- 
ins: the most popular dan.ee. ao'url, o nSalurdaj, the iDt.li day of 

These contests 'will continue every I January. 1931 at 3 o'clock. "P. If. 
Tuesday until all clubs have been • rolls open, until IF.H. 
given a chance to compete. Entries. Charles A. Mills. President. 
nbouhl lie -«i';u to Rse Manhattan at; Attest:. Loreoxa S. Cobb, Sec'y. 
once. . jSt. Louts. Missouri. Dec. 11, I»4u. 

The Peerless Boys introduced their | - - 

"peerless SchotUsche" before » -large 
crowd laat Tuesday night and were 
roundlT apptaoded. 

^i^S^^ifundredl w/fattS-l-Ke«tos» ..M> but now living In 
the bolfdaya. hundreds wereLorn Michigan, visited his- old 

*" 7E£ SlrtB?. when^hT^is st - Lw-O lri8nd * ""'« ' he holidays 



'Ihe deniaml for music tcacherM. <:■ 
rn (he rural •dlstrlelM, Is 
head of (In- suiijilj'." 



rfTnd 'thV.p"irTt orioliuy 'helped to ] Lawt-m. 3t- H>att- 

„,ji( tha aSajr on* of the graode.1 " 

Srsr. Thsre Is ^methtng doing atjgAYS JAZZ, BORN OF 

<fcs Maoh. tvy all the U pas. war ^ jg jjfrjtfg, 0UT 

STARTS AT JAZZLAND Chicago. Jan. i-The mw>i 

uDvin TTri?^ INI) ITttl* < > romborw end mrnet, the symvpstiHl 

TZH »"»* and the hum baad haw- had 

_^ - Lull .i-. n,.,.!.* fjint™t i t-belr day, ae«irdlng ot Bstiert G. Sle- 

The Ellmi»at(oD J*« in * ^^ fukhe.™, head of the fine arts arfcoal 

Wa U lU One tfep *&. "up^Si'o' »»• «-U«-al A-oclttlo. ot kM 
■Jaai ; ' will start at JasUand onHesrheiw. _ 

Tnsida' 4-a, U. and Friday, '•*■ , J ™ ™ tal •«* r* w ** , -j."' . 
Is^Tassilaw iigbts wilt be ased^Mr. Meeruthcheoo. Wh *■» *» **° "' 
ilrh wssdt tort** eostest snUl thai natloas hysteria. . It es^ne ha the wan- 
TZL eZLmTroZr nUsaafels wlU|ftt Ow .laaeing erase, hul it to *u« to- 
ta^si«3u»si. saw ior each d»*i». j lag tMBdowrtl is -hw of gsmtt ns«s*-' 
Thsss nSsTr will eoo.hu ol a as*- 1 Music, eapeeUily eosoownlty alagli 
2T. .TST » lit go** piece CSUSfer. , the smAw i*W*u s lunanm _ 

Zu5*2m#m*m ssaa-aMsssssj-U-!..^, ,. 1 . 1 I j a j gf*J>f Ltf ' l " 



STOCKHOLDERS OF 
GIANTS GIVEN 14 
PERCENT. DIVIDEND 

This Amount Paid On First 
Season's Investment In 
Organized Basball. Club 
Will Go South To Train 



Iiii.Ti-t in the St. Louis Slants Is 
now at fever heal. The comoany re- 
cently ['^ld a fourteen per cent, divi- 
dend and set aside a fuad to send the 
team south tor upriiig training. Bme 
ball In St. Louis hiw now been plac- 
ed upon si sound foundation, not on- 
* as a sport, ,bul an a safe business 
. jpoaltiBn. The 'compaar ha; 
tabiished flself ln"the eoafldaw. 

People and - everybody la pulllug 
for tiie homo team. . 

little Stock For Sate. .. 

Many prominent citisens are pur- 
chasing stock in the enterprise.; A 
email block ot shares were pKred up- 
on the market thls L week and from 
reports ot soles. It wilt soon be 
bought up. 

Andrew "Rube" Foster, president 
of the National Association waa In 
Ihe city last week and held Impor- 
tant conferences w(th President 
Mills and Attorney Homer a. Pull- 
lips ot the (Hants. Plans were per- 
fected that will make the league go 
over big this year. The (lianta have 
been greatly ■trengtbesed for th. 
coining season and lines are one for 
several more strong players. 

When au Argus reporter recalled 
the lltUo "cuddy hole" headquarters 
of the early Giants, live i years ago, 
when one bad to "back out to torn 
around," he paid a visit to President 
Mills to see how ha was enjoying the 
sew regime of prosperity in th. 
Attar qualifying before the 
secretary ia the outer ofnea t.h« re- 
porter waa admitted to the prirau 
- m w*t-M:H* "boss."" 

CtarW wsw fous .to hat the aam* 
lltOo Prists ot good toLhm with a 
haart aw big as TJaloo ^tattoo, bat ■ 

- ..-.-.—. - - 0-n amt tay 

Hi iseasodi 



• pastime (o a $10,011(1 Cor|ioration 
titat has paid mi itununl large divi- 
dend in Un3 than live months. 
■ Mills wi'll apiirciiiilc-M Ihe assent' 
lillshment which was duo to his own 
business Judgment, lie predicts IiIk 
thlnRS for llin (Hants and has contl- 
deti'c In the full Mipiwrt of the fans. 
Siills. Is much interested in the 
young boys. He would like to "see 
them all in ihe V. M. C. A., where 
they can got the In-*! puysieal con- 
ditions, in a Kiilisoqiieiil issue of this 
paper he will have something lo Bay 
to llipin on the Rood to bo derived 
from physical training. 



"THE HEART 

OF A FOOL" 




ATTVK 

PENDLETON THEATRE 

MOTiTMY Tl E8IMT, AW. 14-11 



s.ssl"' 'V'r f "*'' ai< ^ L 4lal.|- llil 



Negroes Hold State 
Wide Mass Meeting 

C<M tinned Pruni Phkc line 



race croup lir back and «u|iport all 
il agencies, nssiH-iinltnjiH, eu- 

trrprines and lesdero. whether in iin> 
|iuli>ii nr pcu-.. who are earnest and 

hmii'sl in (heir dreiinm. TilsoOS and 
:>rli for a better luiderstnnilijig !«■■ 

m the ruset and for a more tqaltt- 

do *lmr-> in our sljitc am) untiomil 
(fipifrnim-nt. an well si Tit grlting mrr 
pt-i[ilr I u gainful pu WHi la of 
lalio r work- 

Kicht Will Prevail 
Pi'<iTiiiiiii;i'iiiii!', irpf-i^-lims, bi?KtP; 
lion mid oth'T ivorsi' UEh ntr.i-tlnc 
uiir l>rotlii'p« nf -Sonthcrni nistrti. an- 
«-lr il<-r.iitin K , M»n.r are jimiiliw) in 
i-r.ving am! naititisl these wrongs. lint 
all iwsn flWHy, must i«ss 
he «TitiinpulH of fiilrnrwi. 
.fustier. KOnave dealing ami '"fin-h tn )|1* 
ti|ual eliaiiif In livi'^jiiid grim", get 

rooted in the hearts of people, flnd 
will lmv\thi» nftSM to pans. NVeroea 
can unit shinilil prohsal against tbase 
evils hut never fret for <^nl's isxir 
naiiiil and blind OBOBt he rntilstl. liotl 
nill paagd the enuw i>f EMsC far hftter 
eves tliau our htditvnl N. A. A. ('. I*. 
or our great Dgotcatoza. ean ever plead. 

■" nrgi' our ptiliUclnns who 
oHterwise are jqualilu-d In «ei-k repreim- 
ntiim in every branch of the gcttwittea 
if (Sir slate goveruntent effecting nnr 
group nf cjttsens, either ns deptilW 

mli asslaliufWi Uses" ptgMn 
wluntM he sought on the uwrlt of the 

STiU.OOO Negr <( Missouri ritixem>. ..Wh" 
are assesaeil t>« spproxliuatHj' ."inO.tXX) 
(¥*i prnpeny in laml and limwes owned 
and Mfttsd and who are Hie" slate's 
IWht laborers, es'ieet »p«l»d>ei« and larg* 
fKl coasnnttTs in a fashi 
aloiie. imt -eoitntiug our race's loving, 
law abiding and good manners ami 
characters and should entltile N't-gro 
MiaHoiirtsna t« ti^r-Congressmen. fif- 
teen state leMUWiltftlljl". nod thre^ 
slate Senators. "rtils Would proHt 
the slate by havimc that "by iltsir 

fruits they have representation. 

Speech By rbairsaan Bruce 

The following, naterb wbji rkllrereii 

fn the Confewnce by Chhlrmsn S. C. 

I'.ruii'-. ' "* 

-Ladles aod Oeotlemen:- Abraham 

Unroln, FrederSek DouglnK. Bookes 

WasWogtfm. ami BeoseTelt are aU 

ctoad. hut the oation Uvea and.,13 mii- 

tfeu of our race itetosl of eOr great 

Anwrtcn "Mil are. J We are meeting 

- ■ ■ ■ -*-MSi 4#°i- 

.tianiPre- 



pruiM 1 , honor and clory tn Coil, 
right hand. Oh Lord. Is become 
glorious in power.' Who In like unto 

■e. Ob Lord, among the Qodal Wlw 

like fflee, glrirliHis in hnlinn™, ftiir- 
ful in |'riti»', lining wonderKV 

Not A SUntle Trust Betrayed 

'•Wilhi.nl hmisiiiig. iitulil all our han- 
dicap*, whgt people In all tbe world 
has equalled is'tti keening our hold 
m Osdi who has lualilcil us hi rMOitln 
IM Nhldliig. loyal, pgllent) fiiflliful and 

oviug thru suffering even onto the 

till? Hljat a glory erowns our up- 
niard struggle! for Justice and a sqaare 
deal in our never ylelillng effort for 
American niaiili'-xl fipis.rtiinilioi, re- 
l-HiMl'ilili.-H and rjgbtsl Chinese. 

Tart*. Bnlcarlaiw. A r men inns, ewtt 

of Aula and' Kuro|s- 1ii«-king to 
our shores have failed lo he the depend 




(-■iiniiari-oii vvLtli loynl., working ami 
brave, fighting Negro Americans. Hide 
by side Oh the MoodJ Hudm iielils" 
of Frnn-ee and wherever the American 
snidiers- fought 'snioketL Jajfc 
Iters', otic Colored liivys, bjinil their 
muscular and ]s.werful lin^sts and 
helped ware a world for free- biinianiij. 
No enemy pn^isgaiHls nor wnriil of 
gold ivuld biiy an American Negro to 
betray a single irusL, nsr give aki or 
imtntort to Hie enemy. This ts our 
glory, that Negroes, Wit to Ihe Mpl it 
isn white nuin himself. North. Honth 
East or West-, are the best and safest 
friends onr White Americans gaW*, 
who are not bought with gold. 

"H l«. not necessary to tell yoa to 
fret nut yourselves becsuoe of., evil 
tlotrs' anil M "*riwt in Ihe I^ird and in 
oureelveti and riomnl' anil not In 'fret 
ourselves In at*/ wUe lo dn evil,' for 
the !,or«i will*ring forth righteousness 
the light and Judgment as the oowi- 

T. Oar bwdneaa today la to nimnjlt 

onr way unto the !.ord. Walt, patiently 

Tor Him ami lie shall bring it to pass. - 

"We gre not here today to publish 

to the world our uianeionw material 
and mental progresn. Just how rich 
Some few are. nor how many lawyer*. 
doctors, preachers autL'trtateaow we 
have, nor now we have fought for our 
nation in all her war*. This i* all 
known now much better b* our other 
friend* than some of us can publish 

«• them. 

-We are bore today a« MtaaoorLsBS, 
..presenting a -group tfast as s whole, 
doesthe greatest share of group pull- 
ing god working, ami wifTi-ring for one 
party, whether defeated « trtaranh- 
Ing. than any other stogie group of 
•resew ■ mwvlere ip.EwaaMssr- 
soaal ambUioa aad to mark east 



henellclal to the state. 

Missouri IjeadVFor Tbe Bare 

"1 hreak Ihe sei-rrt tn aiaiiv of jon 
when I say thai mainly thru your so- 
cnlled iBnoranr .*l-.l hoppers', after 
six yeaisu.f. effort. Ihe state'a 50th 
(irnentl Asaemhly fegaiieed a Negro 
I "in ml -slim and empowered It with 
the duty of studying ihe needs of the 
Negroes of Ihe state and praent recom- 
mendations for legislations and such 
oilier rcn i m meni latinos as careful 
■ludy aral investigation" justify. Till* 
was some gniu. The first real per- 
manent step luken by any American 
■ towards tin. American Ideal or 
csenlalloii with tanpajfUK and 
self determination wirh government. 
North tarolins Has followed stilt, but 

r (ioreriior Hp[>"inteil 3 white men. 

Senator .a Kepri-sentalive. a Imdlng 

'taeih and twf. priimlneut Negroes. 

ir ontgnltHt (iorenof apnoliitod all 
Negroes, la^isiying. some of whom are 
large taxpayers, H mnjority of whom 
re employers nf lul-nrnrsi all of whom 
re indc|>ond™t. sett siiiiimrtlng. Theaa.. 
Commissioners qoslUted on October Ittx 
lasl. not lliree- months ago t lo serve 
for rtur jears" 

.. immedislety organiied scattered 
mtimrtera. aemls. surveyors, and tab- 
ulators over most of the state's Oon- 
gresstoiinl Districts; have brought to- ' 
get her* «<eu rate facts and Rlalements. 
reeoniniemlarlods to which imeh and all 
ot you are free to vote amendments. 
h> add to. to take from, make reserva- 
Itdns. or reject as yim like.. The onlv 
end the Commission has in view ia 
to help our people in Missouri first" to 
Kolf help, then lo a share. If but a 
small share la what Is their own by 
right of cjtisenship. numbers, degree 
Of Intelligence, an* charade* attained 
especially by amount of taxes we pay 
City and town people on property 'own- 
ed by them arc assessed al $210,OC" 
and Country and Rural life, all pay , 
war taxes In some form. And I" 
eniinute is that Negro renters, 1* 
fensnts. boslness and fines paid ( 
as time], revenue pot into our Iiui 
Missouri's State hopper T " 
direct taxuayiug Missnurt Odored :■ 
lens as the first class among u 
say nothing at the srorea, y-/-. 
btiDdreda who nay tin. collateral 
Iranco and rscheais. all of I 
to our splendid Missouri I'uivi 
educating only White cbial 

'And an by Juat rights, } 
aonte share. If hut s 
etf oar state and oaUnoal : . 

i say nething sbout Sa^ 
. -> naaat aafahilahle Coates 
ob eleAWw daj. 



II III "Tt asasllM 




V 



PAGE SEE V 



ste 



THE ST, LOUIS ARQU3, FRIDAY, JAN- 7, 1921 



CLASSIFIED ADS 



RATES 

ONE INSERTION 

Personal, Business and Pro- 
fcaaioocl . Cards, Buainess 
Chance* For Sale air Rent 
Houses, Stores, Flats, Help 
Wanted, Situations Wanted, 
For Rent Rooms, Rooms and 
Hoard, 5c per line; minimum 
]Bc. • 



TIF-IST— Desires copy work at homo 
Letters. Sermons. Flays. Etc. Mrs. B- 
C. Dyer. 42G8A W. Lucky St. 80S 



.WTO FQR .SALE-Bulck road- 

slcr. with winter ainl SlllMWr lop; 

arif st artm; otra tires; MBffiOO. Call 

1 ii..ii».iii .t-14,* irf central aSm. 



Choice Homes For Sale 

My motto: A Square "Deal or No 
Rsle. Choice homos cast tic went of 
Oraml'nvciuie. Alt kinds, all sixes 
iiixl nil prices. Buy from me, else both 
■wilt low money. I specialize In se- 
curing homes for Colored people, ami 
u'xiiiK.up pii|iers safely for them. I will 
. save you. money nnd from trouble. 
Church [iropprly secured. Fire-. Tor- 
nado, l'lnlc tilnss nnil Aototnobllc' In- 
mirniii'c. Collection of rents n special- 
ly. Hsoiics; Office Olive ■ ittSB, Jlesl- 
dencc. Romorit 408- W. 

C. M. MOOHF. Realty Dealer 
2i.ll Nortb Fourth Street 



Ibere huh much (spiritual rejoicing. 
We hope, that the spirit of church im 
tercet and Christian - good-will shall. 
continue to make, Itself niahtfcat thru! 
out the. year. 



Villi HKNT Furnished halt ronm. 
sniliil.il-. fur working girl. OKm 
Conk. Plume I. Ridel] IM'-'l II. 



- for K!':nt Neniiy rurnhdwd 
from rooms, li"i and cold wafer; Baa 
Mul uli modem couvenloee*. 312!) 

Franklin uVPnlffi. tl-T-il 



FUR SAl.i: I 



llell: kidney 3M5. 



illllae touring < 

r li'ruiM : cheap 

Jefferson. Victor 



FUlt ItKNT-Oue ^iiriilsheii llr*t ; ,<v.loii tally discharged 



QUARRELL OVER STICK 
CHEWING GUM FATAL 

Axwii-iiiii-tl Negro I'reas 

JhU.J.AS Tex., Deo. 21— Follow ing 
mi nlicgisl quarrel over n stick of chew- 
ing gum. Matthew Washington, IT- 
year old. Is dead mill lrcdnus Cnmp- 
r, l. .ii 1:1. 1* Iti.Jull. The Cenipflfn Buy. 
"1 ai-iontlug to n statement lie in Willi to 
-'•< have made to the sheriffs department 
LiliiliiiK llint us he placed a shell in the 
i-liiiiutHT of the inm the weapon was 



.-U'Ql ITTEI1 OP Ml RDF.R <HARi;k 



■■' furnished iwuti 



in Columbus. Ohio, while there he was 

guest vt lils daughter, Mrs. Pearl 

anlncr. * Mr. aud Mm. Lewis Cham- 

gave a dinner pnrty at thctr home 

New Sear*. A very n green btex'ven lug 

wiih passed. < 'overs were. laid for l- 

nnd n toothsome . lUiiatr wns : enjoyed. 

:ohu Lewis armed from L'hleii, 

es. Splendid Bcruions were preached j so where she was called to the bedside 

" (i. Hays. C. H. Green a\l [ of her sister, Mr«. Axola I'erry, who- Is 

(Jreeu wna ivinj murglutclaff. * Miss lVlnnlftelri Rtew- 

1'erry Chattel. A Sew tear two was "a [Htrd jpive- n very eiijoynlili' party nt her 

e aud a " 

lest, t'liil. 3:8, subject "Turnlug overlVear Id ami Hie old out. All ntyleil 
a new li-of." itev. May preached from I MIm fttewnrfl an * clmriuiiiB Inwtesn. 
tlic ;i«l clnipler of Joslfiw, iij, verse, ■ • Mrs.' Prirthenln Morrison arrived 
sidiject, "A iii-iv year resolve." lust .'Friday from AlUnnloii, Mo. while 

Jliss Or« Hull of tlliliiufo, in home [ lln-re s in.' w as the guest of her mother 
IsitiiiR ln'r iKirenis, Mr. mid Mrs. Hull Mrs. Kif^b Dlllnnl. ' Miss Maud Mc- 
l illl Ijxust street. * Thenlek are all ! .Mini* ^r St. Louis was the dllinrT 



doing niii'ly. * Itev. Green (toes t« Ilel- 
imiiit Snlunlay to lie witli Ills t-ongre- 
iiiliipii Hum lily. * A splendid audience 
WBJ out to (he Knuiiii iiuliuu pru^'uiu 
'elldi'l'iil illlili'i* the iilispii-es.of tile Un- 
olu ilUh BchotM, Monday night. ' 
The prlui-liuil of J.int^iln vn given 
ninny ioui[illments nit the program mid 
Hie work wliieli lie is iloiug for (he com- 
munity. • The 1'ytlihin and Cnlnirrii- 



mwoR ^ 

Beautiful Hair And A 
Lovely Complexion 



l.indi'll nun,!, j 1 ■ 1 1 t?ooli i 



I'lKltCi: .UlltllU- Limousine body 
lor Mile; in:iki. giHHl tuvh'iil'. 1'rice 
imtja ("all Umli'll 12.1. 

' FOB KBST- Koom i.i nrkldlt' -sibihI 
"oiiuiii «r (nan. laivp .lunge of nil the 
tlou.se. C;ill after li nVli.ek. 4111 
KHirfax aiviiue. 1'lnaie t.in.bll 033!-,I. 



Iri.^l in _i li*. ,-„iirt 



C. rh>e. IT).— Corn 
rfiwry of Yorkville. 
of peuernl st-ssioos 



Wilt RKXT I'nf 
Ihird floor: plio^e ».i 
light. fj.r*\ .1142 c. 



FilR It EST- Three unfurnished 
rooms f,.r hmtBPkeenihK w!1!i elt-elrie 
lights bus nnd ivinw. I'ti. .in l.inilell 
MBJW. |»M BnrtRht Ave. (i-1-t) 



FOR HKXT— One nice 
ed, Tor couple employed i 

tleman: nil co.iveiili.in-e.- 
4ISS Wtatl Helle. Mlitlell 



FOR HEXT— Xently fitrnistiiil room 
pj-'Tale family ti> man mnl wife. .«r 
a fii-nl lemen. LTilS l.uciis Aveutie. 



(to 



INHTItt'CTHiN - Sermons, letters, 
poems, fa'rlrlirsf. erliiiisnl. rcii.-Al 

ryi»'wrlift-u : mstPraTe t>r m>^ 
or write. Brown Bureau, I 111 t 
BOW Ave. ( 1-7-1 1 



tleuieii only. 



":ii«ii i'iN>k 



ruo.ni in | 



FOR RE NT 

htslied or unfurnished.- wi 
kitchen, *828-a Fairfax, 



OUT OF TOWN NEWS 



I- V. Kil- 
l's Itoliinson 

MKerlnliied a nnntber <>t friends m 

'i"'ir 1 Sumhiy HfiiTiii-n. • Mrs 

Itni,. Ui,r,,r.l unii dmiglinr. Miss Uin 
in Wi Ilium enjoynl hist week nt Coff. 

iimn. .Mo. • l,e«is 8111I1I1. Kossniii tts> 

1H.T. Patrick Cayri-. Edward Andrews 
hud Hen trice Swink rehinied to S(. 
t.inils Sunday. • Jlisses I^irene Slnleii 
mnl Matlie V;illi- EilteTtainfd .|iiltr :i 
nlltBhrr til iHTsiins Haluj-'lay evening 
Hi (ty- resiileiiiv ,tf Mrs. ,li smle S.Vlnk. 
Tim affaic was eouiplimeiilary to Mr 
nnd Mrs. I'liiiiip TI10r11t1.11. the newlr 
iv.kIs. The luncheon n'as nVminly 11 
sitmpli' of drones! it- wiemr. Tile l)ii|> 
py-niiiple left Sunday manitng for 
I heir honir in Bt. I.outs. Knrmingloii 
has lo-t two sjilviidid yniuis: is-nple for 
wholn ive wlsli 11 l.ro.-lM-ti.lls life. " 

Mrs. Lee Roi'i-h, formerly Miss Joae- 

I'liilie liriilges. relurmil In Ml. UltlN 

u Sunday alter lmvhig Kpeut a pUmmnl 

B- vi>ll Willi UfD imreUU. Mr ami Mrs. 
.li-rry "Te'i'"- ' Airs. -Thulium I'Jijxv 

has Imtii tutHapaaed for Hertral dtLfs. 

n- • Mr. Hairy Alexander of lluiini-terre 
wan 11 vlsllor lii-re last Sntiinluy. • 
Anthony eiiti-rluiiii'il'a fi^w 



Fr o n t- room,- fur- friend- rtnTnntnTTctTh w ffrnwr" pnTty: 
-"'1 use ot A pie* 



, PACinO. Mo. — Rev. I. T. Mack, 
It. D., of Khiishs City. Knnn., the ex- 
illstrki secretary qf the National B. 
Y. P. tl. Hoard has been called to 
the Pastorale of H10 Firat Baptist 
church, Pneille, Mo., uud la now 011 
the Held. Thin Is a splendid churcli 
and ts lakinR an new lite. Dr. Mack 
is organizing his forces to do more 

work fur jhe Slasier. He la indeed a 

deep Ulinkar -i raul spirltiml giant 
and a ttpletitliil pnBIor. his plane are 
■ worklnc well In I'acilic for the liutld- 
i»R up of the Master 'a kingdom. -, ,„,. 
'" • ""nday. he nrcuched two able , „i 

1) a verv iinnrpptnHTi. on. ■■ J i ,u,u * 



\ 



iiing mas reported 

the hostess is 11 splendid <-Ook. * Mrs. 

Nellie Rridjre* lias returned to St. I^niis 

after vlsltin h ' home folks for mure 

Until a wii-k. * Mr. Frank Smten Ims 

riTnrneil froin 11 nteosanl visit to l"off- 

iniin when- !»■ was tile gWWl »f Mt-s 

AvejCUalitM Swluk. He reports one of 

room. -Aunt DollyV" linies. • Mr-. Hurry 

B men. i„ V ei. retnrueo '" si. Units W.ilnes- 

Liuiiell ,i;,j. • sn>« SCattle Vulle is visitfng 

(1-7-1) i„, r mother Mrs.- Laura Vulle at ''<«t 
-miin. * Mrs. I.UIiau t'hnppvUe ami her 
Full KKNT— Neatly fnrulshnl ns.iiis dnuglilers «f CoTfiiimi an- visllim: Mr 
Have Biifoi'd. * Mis- Bdftll 
entertained unite a hapiiy 
'Intiieh at her cottage liL.uie, llee. 80 In 
honor of Ivilwurd Andrews and Ri" 
siiih Baker 1 



r . . jfcR RENT — Neatly furnlajtesl 
;■■■■ "v.ii floor rront and hack rooms. 
All modern conveniences. 322S 1'lne 
ulreet. (1-7-21 

FOR KKNT- Furnished room. 

third floor. Millmliie for yof- 

3r,lfi lAclwle Ave., [»honc 
liMt-W. 



with 
Tey nl 



ll^JK'fi 



WANTKN -Faney sewing sue 
batH] lings, boudoir i^siw and inmi 
faniy huiiduiaili tMldies hiii! oW 

made iw. eair i.imicii oooy-j. 
W. Cook. iiL'-rii-ti 



, were vai. ; iiii]--..r.ri'll 
.Mrs. AiiiiieTrTrTnsr 



■ if persOOK at 



i. Mollie Tyli 



■W-*NT**P —A llouseki-eper: n mql- 
utlo olHiut .'S or -1(1 years "t age: tody 
one in family ; livi. hnr*es, Eeutle. anil .lays- with 
live risim house. Slcthotlist iircfernil: MiN-rt. And. 
t».flftj uppiy on or before Feh. 1. •»* taken 
.lamm lliinmier, :+l(i B. Brnadway. I.in- 

ci.ii,. 111. ivy ' 



K1RKW00D. MO. (By N. » Blbbl 



FOR llENT — Neatly" furnintied 
rooms, sloam heat; all eonvenleiicea." 
I'lioaw: Lluilcll 2036. [Tall after 12 
in., 3363 West Belle. fK-S-t-M 



-ndlug lh< 

lends in »S. Lu«i^- ' llr 

^1111 of S. Harrison avenue 

_ 1 the City Hospital No. I 

ma\ two weeks ago unite UU hut l* 

iv wifU li»l*«vHi at this lime. 'Mr. 

«■' Klrhy of failui.iih. Ky.. is sticiid 

g I ho holh 



Ins, *Mr. and Mrs. James CamptK' 
RI S. Harris..,, avenue. ■ Mr. Mad 



FOR RENT — Neatly furnished , 
rouittA, Benilemen only. Phono Bti- . 

Sont 3204-M. 30U9 Pine street. ' 
3-34-4.) 



lit*. 

• the 
Mrs. Arthur 
mi Nr*K.Vcnr's ilay. * ltW. 8am 
■r and Joe Klrl.y motored to t'u- 
, Mo„ Sunday U) Rev. Tylers rive 
leugec overland, to nlteud the In 
FOR KKNT- fine furnished room. "-'■"" " ( Mt ' M '"" n \ 22 , 2"7»tt 

second floor front with or without I"'" h» vil 'K » "'^ I' 1 ™"" j 1 ""'''■' J,r 
beat Also a iiurase with rooms BarM CtaffieU of I-ilw.lh'. M.,.. was 
abore. 9413 Moriain St. tl2-^l-inil) viajtlag in Kiil.v,,-.,] Momiiiy. The 

, - |,n_ii! Hfh. KvaiiB or Kenturkj lo«.i 

was i-.uuil.'iely destroyed by lire Safe 
day night, and one of her small ehil- 
■Iren was liuniel hIh.uI the heMd and 
fine. ' Mrs _K el lie ltjlib anil little dnn- 
gliter I.lllie wen- l.be g__U of Mrs. I.il. 
lie Itrynut. (UEi E. Mnin srreet. last 
Friday. * Mrs. J 11 wo* CoatpbeD Imd as 
Imt pt.M TtWWday I"* mother. Mrs. 
Morrow and 1st tw.i little uieii-s. Miss 
Odessa, Hale and tittle Cleiiieuline 
lx—ly of _ll~ IjiwIoo. • Rev. Smn 
Tyler ami Mrs. ra_ut«-!l went In the 



^ WOm RENT— Far_i_M rooms, 
(uni hei|t- el.Htric lists and nil mod 
era conveniences. 3111a Morgan Bt. 
(1-171) „ 



WANTED— Jloitse to bounc Agents 

everywhere to handle our line. Ex- 
clusive territory to right people. Ad 



dress Box t Argus <: 



Ice. (12-17-4.) boBjata 



■lay. 



FOR RENT — One unfurnlehed friends 
room on Cook avenue. Call Lludell 
fc_i3Tl-J (12-17-44 



sei- Albert Anderson Mtm- 
would like for hie many 
to call and hoc liim. 



_R RENT — One neatly lur- 
>iihed for gentleman. 4S3S En- 
„bt. Phone: Undall 1811-J. 



I7R8 REMOI>KLKD _-Bring your 
ur*. pltteli coats and cape* tad 
atolee and muffs nude from 

•or 11.00 each. Mrs. M Reid. •* '""'"'■ r £ *»*P_F *■? 
•la_tt BTeuue. (11-1T-*). _e pitHie sciiwl of wfiiej, -_. 



Kill I \. MO.. As the anode o[ <hi 
New Tear IhJIs die in the distance the 
s.iiin- old duties loom up bihI one aicisi 
Is lie jaiun'ivluiil of aa uptlmist to lo- 
cate the ■'new' 1 lu Ibe yean* tfc(it MM 
niMl fu in u_MSftM sw-Hwion. IIuw- 
ever tbj- lolien« face the old duties 
with fri-sh stn-ngtb ami new conrage. 
" Mm Mae (lark returned to larUt- 



RENT— Nea 
onvenience*. 

iia-iod.) 



Uaiikins .f 
WoVster i'lrore* iutve returned to re- 
sume tli»ra» of the Htniient eluli. • Mr 
Frrd a-' Mi« (H-i Parker Of St. Loot* 
sjs'nt Siui'li;. *itb the home fotlm. 
* Kr. Arjhur Feete* siijoarint lu Web- 
ater at ateaent. * Mra. Jane l^ive re- 
turned fr-iEfl liiiuigo murti lie I tr hied 
with her trip. * Mr. and Mm. Ham Wftn- 

iNH--i___k-r_ r» '"-y ?T-f»« " "w _»*!*"__ -FeW 



"-FurnMaed room with 
!)■■ Mrs. ArrtiicKm- 
i.iu-lmlt 



i*. Taylor. 3HS Hot- '•__»»] 

* 1 7-1* tad.) Pereet*. ■ 



With Mr. vTiufrey'i 



guest of Mr. -mid Mrs.' Henry Ia-wIh 

last Htluduy. * Mr. Frank Jojinsmi 
wlsiies to tluiiik Ids ninny friends of 
Webster foe their kindness slnnvn his 
wife during her limit' illness. tUic- lu 
improving. • A large niiiulier whm pn-H- 
put nt the Armory lust Thiirsdn;; to 
1'iijoy the bund boys' concert. The ma'n- 
nger wishes to IlintiU all for the sup 
imrt. I'roeeisl* were fcltl._l. Eiih-iiscs 
■an barninct to 1*> given Jan. lu p-om* 1 il7.03. Balnnrc on tmnil *1S_3. 

isiti In I"' n great treat. • Perry Chap- ! 

;he organist. Mrs. lt_ II. Oliver , Nt:TIIFE{_VM)S, MO., (Mrs. UorH 
a fhrlstmus present of M.lkl. Sliu i« I lfBler, Ag*. J— l_T. and Mrs. C. S. 
musical direct reaa of Lincoln School. [ stamiis who were for year* cit incus of 

this l'lai-e l>ut now of Mrrlfton, Mp. -were 

KRKDER1CKT0WN, M0„ (J. Mai- , iVllghtfully siiprised Cliristiuns with __ 
1I„wO— - Mr. mid Mrs. Jones ri'lurned ■ tiomillons from the people of sjwifion. g GlOBStlie 

St. l^iuis Tliucsday ueeomisiiileil . • Ri-v. T. \\" r Thomiison of Point 1'leas- ', » TVmflll* (!rmm>r 
her fuller, Mr, Will Brown. - Mrs,;inil, __, mi ;i client of our'elnirtli g «|^___i _^ 
Aiinti .M« Hi ugly' returned to Heren. land itrenrhetl a upleiidld wrmuu fro m i^ B. GlOSSlllC 
liuiriiui Mi',. M'islut-siLt\\ * Mis, Hen- ' _>ril t'stiluw, miliject. "liotl cnrrri fn'r b Vf>Cff>tllhlp ^flAmiWMl 
lali King of llerenlii ileum i* here visit- 1 Ills i«s,p[,.." I„ the evening, the coin- S *'■*"'"',. iJii-iii|»w 
lug. • Mr, ami Mrs. AiiMinc Klnilc r re- ! ititiliioii service was nnitlti.ttil. IMslor ; ^ \ntlSeptlC Uantt SO-P 
mined to Hen lihiuciiui Frldny. • Iter. 1 J, W. I.loytl- mtmlnlsteretl the Lord's 
tt". C. Allan liclil servii-es at Iroiiton. , aupiier, * Hey, nnd Mrs. (Korea of 

S lay- ■ Mrs. F. f \. Havls of Cliaui- Clevi-tand, Ohio, ore the guests of Mr. 

i'altrn, III., nttendul I lie ftttu-ral of her j titid Mr". Uiivr Wilmiiw. " Id t llr Mis-v 
Annie llell Oliver left Monday for St. 
Nuiilrt, Shr will be sadly missed by the 
Sinnhiy tsehool, as she bus been ser- 
vliie us stcretnrj' for annw lime. Ill 

uncle Mr. Don:le Helem, I* taking In 

In ht. I>iulg whejre file is lo mitt 

i school. * Mr. and Mrs. McNeill have tr 
Imliy hoyS^'elr gilesl, Mr, Jiiini. trillion.' 
e its advent in the home of Mi. 1 J"''' Ml - installalhm will bp , held Wei 
-Mm. Ilenrv. .Itilt. :i • I.lllie Frank ' hewliiy. .Intl. 1_ try the Citlnnthc i 
Wbilhs-k. sou of Mr. John WhlthaK '''^-t'-, A " ""' '■"'i"- 1 '- * ««■ Ida IV: 
■ith fever. * __ae 61 Ihe yomi« [rj-wliMllisiawptl this wit*. 
trying to form ji 



Keats' Drug Store 

A Full Line of Freah . Drugs 

C-ndiea, Cig_r3.Etc. 

- 2601 Morgan Street 



Hint. Mr 


-. it. J. Matthews. * Rev. .1. 


.. Nttsli 


held servvivs nt lln- Baptist 




ainlay. * Mrs. Mary Jane 


Uiitllieiv 


died nl [ho hotne of ln>r 




Mrs, l(iit|, Putl.,11 at Inde 


n-litleiHe 


Khiis., Dec S4. 



nu>-__i ifuv-A 



It is astonishing to know the beneficial results 
one may obtain from the constant use of Madam 
C. J. Walker's Superfine Toilet Preparationa 

Why, they are an Assortment of To_ettes j 
suited to the-needs of every complexion and bene- 
ficial to the most languid scalp. 

—TRY THEM— 

MADAM C. J. WALKER'S 

Wonderful Hair Grower Cold Cream |j 

Cleansing Cream ^] 

Vanishing Cream . = 

Complexion Soap M 

Witch Hazel Jelly r W 

Floral Cluster Talcum ' g 

Compact Rouge Antiseptic Dental Cream s 

Superfine Face Powder M 

{white, TOicflcih, Brou>n) ' f.^ 

These preparations guaranteed to be the equal W\ 

^ of many higher preparations and are absolutely B 

free of any injurious contents. i| 

Expentiutly compounded but canter vativily priced. ^ 

I THE MADAM C. J.WALKER MEG. CO., I 

^ _._ a-.; .. . ___ ._ . ■ =.' 



Dovie Wright Jerdfln 
HAIR CULTURIST 

Hstlan C. i- WiUrnr _}'*(«» S 
Walker and Overton Hygtnic 
PieparatiooS I 'or Salo 
Srffcm Taught. DBMMM OfJf_Lj 

ao&tS vtxhm- mm* «J^ 

NO. 7 N. GARRISON AVJ5. 



BomoBt -720 



JenlVal C 



A. L. B«al 

UNDEKTAKKK AND KMBALM-B 



AtiRs Birdie BcaJ. 
.for ladies. Attto t 
j i all oiviisiiitis, 1 'in 

! ' tKG Luetu Are. 



Itneriisiil emhalmei 
■rike (urnislied. foi 
1 duy and night. 



MadacftXE. Frisby 

HAIR GROWER AND 
SCALP SPECIALIST 



$«_> 



■■ail ploiimlellic 
leiowih o( hnit. 1>_ 
IFriihy Si.p_i»t 
/Syilcm Tdueht. 
* DIPLOMAS AWAHED 
VVrile today for 



I^iinrantoeit. 

THE FK1SBT MFG. CO. 

IMS W. FISKKT AT. 

ST. LOUIS. HO. 



comic men's elnti. • The Sumliiy w-h 
iiachers meeting every Tuesday in the 
pastor's home, • Rev. Jenkins of Mem 
obis. Tenn.. pn-nelnil a noble sermon 
nl Hie A. M. H. Chiir.li. South Cine 
ton. Teit from Sl.-Joliu vli:46. 



G_0 North West Street 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



CAPE ((IRAR0_.U . MO.. C5II _ II. is 
N. Jones. Aft.)— IjikI Fridav night g 
Mr. and Mr_ .(ieiirge Wiliiams enbr-|_ 
talned a large ntiinlK-r of fiiemls witli ' =i 

_i_r7_.^_?'Sr "^s^r 'nie j WfflfflM^ 

Bttesls of honor. The party broke up | ' ---■—_ J _-" ' __ —i ■ 

nil voting Mrs. Williams nn Ideal Inw 
li'us. • Mrs. Prisellla l'«ttet-.s..u. M.rs. 
Alihie Iti'iif.-o aiK-itt bolidiiys lu St. 
I Jill Is. • Mrs. Kosn Sheplsml was her 
ilmighters" guest In ClilniKo, * Jt has 
tMi'tt 1-eiwM.iI In this city Unit Mr. Wll- 
I in in Samuels, who formerly lived here 
ilinl in a hospital al Memphis. Tenn, * 
Mr. James Mingo til wan Is who has 
In t(i quite 111 at Ihe home of lira. Km- 
nut Oreen. wan rrranml to to a hosiat- 
nl In St. 1-onln. * Mr. uni] Mrs. John 
Mis.re has as tiifir guest for I lie h»ll- 
ilays liU Son. Mr. 'I,. Misire of East St. 
'.titds. * W'utcii iiijelit scrviws at butli 
Inirelies were well, attended. At lb 



On li 

lennons to a very appreclatlre au- 
dience. II a. m. his text was- Matt 

18:7.. At 8 p. m.. the pastor again ii '^' u " t t^ow*. l»isior \_ II. Hill, 
came before us with another one of ' preached h regular emniM-ipalioo tot- 
his harning meesages, taken from' 11 "" 1 fmin "■"• I'l-luis. anlijeer, "Jeho- ! 
Dsn. 3:17. Subject: ''Our Cod nnd ; v «*t 1ms Ivoen mindful of us. the-_opTj 
the Fiery Furnace," Come to Pnclllc ' "ill !«■ niiiuiriii of us." • Thursday "f 
nnd visit tho First Baptist church, ! teruoon, the Mission Circle met with - 
where you will be royally entertained I Mrs. H. K. Arthur. •. la the ereulmjt, -. 
I'.v n ptoositij; inciiibershlp and en- 1 MUs Cndva Williuins eiitertiiiniil sev 
|oy tho good old 'time singing andjetral frifmls on Kprjgg street nt bet 
wnel sermons from nnr castor. • i,,,me. * The Aritns rcsorter. Mr. ft. 
Mlta Ajoes Lane spent -Chrlatmae , t . _ ( ,i,[„„,„ H „.„, the week ^ ' 

■_ 1 1 isr flit hjii- IV r^ ..i./i nfv o.-.i ... . __ .. ' -. 



lib her fi»| her Wm. Lane, Mr. Sml- 



I'tunsunt Valley .Ilislriil. tin- guest, of] 



,„„ were \j. 

here for the xmas holidays. • Thefl ril . ,,„„,.. Vr ,,,,... 
[_rUt_M eaerelfN _t the school , "= "l'"' ,.,,',; 
were a dellRliitul event. Mrs. Cuap- '",, "il 1, , 

hell, the teacher In charge (s "spar"- ! „*_*• '"' 




K'J 



h/Aif_l 



Orfty, Soft, Silky, Long 

iS&Herolin 



*T DRU G Si 0HES"«^r 2SC 

aniilTS WASTEn, w.a»lo. _WU in 
)LIH Mt OICINC CO.. *!_cti 

-___-_-_____>__ 



Aid of the A. M. 



Ing no pains 10 educate Ihe colored i K - '' h ""-" mrt lilst »^"« TCll h Mrs. T. 
youth of I'aefne in n prrncely man- : J " ,ml "B H - A large jninua-r were pre*. 
ner. • ne?. S. J. Palterson, Diartict enr - 

Missionary of Antloch AssoclatloQ \ 

was in the city a short while tut, POPl'LAH Bl.l'KI", m%, (By (i. II. 
week, and was dinner guest ot Pas- r MrCaftouRSi)— A li.m-w parly was giv- 
ior Mack on Wednesitay. ■ Rev. tnd ] ,.„ : iL st Frld.iv nlelil lit Ihe rmldenir 
Mrs. Mack were dinner guests ot Mr,-„ r MrA j,,,,,;,. W y a it from '2 lo fin 
and Mrs. Alonzo Curtis. Christmas 1 , ,„,„_ „ f ytrmtoia-* Rlehar.ls.iu of Ft. ! 
Oay. • Services were held at the First u.,, tt h.,,,^ . i.-.,,, . ,. n i.,,i, n „, 1 . m , . ■ 
li.ip.is, church Christmas morning. ^^',1? (lu'tluw h i Jm ^ r W», 
The Pastor. Rev. I. T. Mack, preach- : A, " n ^ f t ' "'»"". *<- J'«**. <-»ariw 
i-d Ihe Xinaa sermon kX 11 a m ^U l1,f *' r ' Washington. 1). C. : Amlrew 
kftei which (he officers presented : .*w- aUnw- City. Mo. : Mrs. W- A. j 
him a Jlice little purse: • Union A» r ' ,r pn-uleil at the pmno. • Mr. \\.\ 

Wat eh Night service* were held (tti A - «<"•"' '«' f ' Saturday fur his. home! 

the First liaplist church last Friday " fl,, r spending the holidays with Ills < 

night. • Rev. McAiestcr la located : "'hitivew. * I'm,, uud Mm. A. 1*. Ifous- : 

here as Pastor of Bethel A. M. B. If* entertulnnl Iter. T. I*, tirecnlce ami 1 

church and is doing fine. They have I Mra. (_'. I\ Jneksmt nt tllnm-r Thuratluy ; 
Jplendld servlcea each Lord's Day. • * Mrs. Kittle Hell and little Son Fred- p 
The fuiorul serricra of Mr. Johusort , crick spent ihe hidldH.vs with Mrs. j 
Woods, of St. Louis, was held here ' Hell's pnriuts. ■ Mrs. Augusta Outlaw! 
Sunday at the First Baptist church, [of St. Lonl* Is s|*ii.Uhb a few week* i 
with licr parents, air. and Mrs. lb ' 



An Unusual Opportuiuty 



for men anil women capable cf earning salary of $50.00 per 
wrefe. Wo hava opcningA for aftirossivc.. lmsilinji p-taona to 
cove_ city, county or travel entires 13 to territory doing special 
oi&aniz£tion work. Tie, Nile Queen CorpcTation now being - 
organi-io J on a profi t-sfinrini basis is puttirt u into cjicrati. n ' 
1 new plan which offers a gilt edge opportunity to traall 
investors. i 

Witlo awuko cwm ontl wanton who wunt to muke^real inoncy 
or have their savings earn substantial dividends, cannot | 
afford to ovurlook this opportunity. 



KasKmir Chemical Co. 

3423 India: 1 a. Avenue Chicago 

For Information Write W. T. GENUS 

Douglass Hotel— 2645 Lawton — ST. LOUIS, MO 



WHEN YOU WIRE 
YOUR HOUSE 

Be Su re That It Is 

Done By A 

Licensed .Contractor 



COMET 

ELECTRIC SUPPLY 

2U0Market St. 



SPECIAL SALE 

on all Kind* and SJiea ot 

-r— FANS 

At Very Low Frleea 



WE INSTALL 
A.\W KKI'AIK EVKRVTIILNCJ 

BenaMt MTf! 



Wr. mnl Mm. Ben ^pt-uetir. 

Cluildiiie M.sire .-nfermiiK-.l IJi-c. 
Mrs. Katie llell and bwtlSt?, Mr. 
drew Mis.re of Kansas City. 



Miss;! 



ice. UmJiii. ami l.i la-ittj royallv wtler-i"xi' l' 1 " 1 w««v> Aiui-rlmii pndVxsJtu: 

talned by her many friends. * Mlssl^nrlara eivili/jit inn. will lie the greal- 

ltattip Carter of Um-oln Ijistihile =«*t (ms-slble help lu keopuitt our rare 

spent Christinas dav will, lier i.ireai- ''imn-, J ILls not tlie Clirlstlau wbll> 

* Mr. Charlie Spencer of Howard. Teh- ; l"'"I llf wh " lu,Tl ' "" httnutnitarlau re 

iiiwut. sis-iu ihe liolidavs .villi psrenls K:lrl1 r " r ,,1L ' «"«»«■" anil ihtughlers ol 

■■'"■ rare. Im! lliose w|ni know not nor 

llnd. Ka<li rave, certainly olir 

ru<f. in Rs righl mind, nam- no racial 

ilegraihi tion. Js 

UodfM N»( Normal 

"Cod made all racus of ohe blood 
. ,-: , Ni- own. Rut He set metes ami hound'-. 

li reat stomach Remedy . which Negroni never have i**t> tin 

" " -. jliniC lo ejHa* a"d are farther Mar* 

[ndigcsti.m. Cotistipatlon. KEek and "from any fooUsli notion ou rhnt Mm! 

L."" "™" ;-"'rt'otw llttnlneliim. Ojlm i'i M Worn. ; "«ln. T ""d *« h* ttetwintw Isrttor edit. 

»re web.ime. Mr. and Mrs Id ! ^ nild ^.p,.,^ „[„„„,, ^ tau1ly .at.-I than ever bi^ore. »eeaaae. .in 

r<l Hutfek- gave a pnrty at their ; n >|jerfti with Jl'VlTO WRY IIKHR i AmwirBn white wit hlat-k mau nnh 

i,-i.lenei- In honor ot the twelfth an- ; TABLETS. Tli.sUnansM of orali-fnl '' "»' **""■ 'iumcr- as a Turk. Hungarian 

niversary of thHr nenhew this Austin, j twenl nriw , tbfl ^i ,." : ,, r 4 BolslieTekl, to ride In « flrrt eh.** 

A very enjuy,,!,!,. afternoon was pnss.il : -treugtheillng prop.-rtW S 5eZ Tale ' ™ r wt "*m he pay* the s*jnc prloe and 

\u*t nednesilay. ( i.ipni_w ^jhlo. One Dollar pn in- onirrltc "* ' <«*■»« smnlr- »»d Iwranw be waitfs 

iliisl |ast Weiim-Mlny 
brother. Mi " 



WKRSTF.K <;■«*»«•**. WI-. (H. S- 

iunrnal— Mr.' Wiltiain Hall and little 

.l ( ii«-i Th'mins imt mi ChrM'wy i>av- 

Ism last Suiiibiy In the First Uaptist 
liurch-s BOOi * T|ie Hibie Class held 
1 very interesting 11-. well ■> helpful 
na-eliiig at Hie home'of their teacher, 
Mrs. Is-ltia Smith. 423L Kernierly avi- 
imp 1'liursdjiy. I'J lueinlsrs were pren- 
eUt. " 
I iii.pn will eonvi-ne at the 

list Chares, Juwoay, Jon. n. at H::mT] 

;i. in. • Mrs. Oaken will speak on tin- 
The [IlitlllWllltlll of the Negro," at the j 



... ™l wltiiout Iselng lnsnlted at laih 

e of lit - 1 jl'VITO I VIKtRATilKV '<"'* rt '"'" ''" ^ oecrm ■ 1| " 1 l"- v e t 

er. Mr, Frank Stone. The funeral • ^^i, HUh BraJieh « fllf ahTa I ■ h P. ■ '' r " M "' "*• i: * "" l, '' ,M " 1 lt,ilE ■ "«""" 

held hwt Friday from Gurttna-* , ._L.*T^^ ' . Anieifira* . should Is- tlloaiht or cnarae.1 

fnueral parlor. • Mr. mid Mrs, Hfr- K PfiDAPO irnt n OT i am : with almonnal desires of grtritig away 

liert (Jfflnle ha il .1 - their gnest lart I „™" 11 ' O.UIM M I A TE | from or alvve and vnt «.f him rai-r. nor 

Sutiinlay. Mr. and Mrs. (inward Mo-! WIDE MASS MKETfrCn ""b being 11 dangerous nwunee to ra- 

■■ - Chart*., j • (Coolinn^ FroM^Se 5* ' 



Miss Laura Jones of H 
. Tim Hardin of Youngs to wna. 0- ' 
snuiiif uoiiH dinner was enjoyeal. * 
Mrs. Mary (.1st and Mr. K C. t«mith.< 



i-ial iii-grity. , TIw pulilb carrier 
public' iitstelK are (or the poMlr, all the 
pul'tic. . Negro Americas are 1 to I* ot 
all other Americans. These nine are 



Td XegtiKu nottdng. yet the* ere. 
holy "edloik at the resi- j reeognloed (hat Ly ,,mr nertts, IntnlU 
deni-e nf Mra. Ubute Moore'a in St . igeiwe. superior -knowledge of aatattwei 
Uuis by Or. tieorge Ht evens. A wfd- j »c entUel llet v the state as drputy oiB- 
illng dinner folluwod the marriage al rtaK deputies anil line ultk-ers j u mat- 
ihe home of the bride 115 Taylor. * ; '"'- largeljr In ,\p with, aw) anVt-tlng ' '''*" '*" rn " r their parrnta f»r>.|gn none 
Mr. ami Airs. B. it. Barlow had as thi-lr i sad among Xegro aeit lementx and bet- ■"" >i,rn> ri « llt - aBil Ubemea in peace 
OlsSlnouismsl Xew Tear dinner guest, i termeat. by wortdng muong' outwlTrs. d""-*- denied to loyal and true bom 
iin.l Mrs. Hugh a lieu ami itmuElittT Honor m wtcm h..rmr is diw: Negm Atnerkan eittaeaw. Tnl- ts Mk 



; cut in* (li anilities, nuwt of wham are 
Americans at all in the- manor bnro, 
■ Cobireii folks are. Yet these fur- 



Ui« ElBUna J. 1£ean. lfr. aad Mrs. "A clear eat nndenstaBtftnc is one ■■■!!•"" il '•» 
17.pg.hjd "1 parents. ■ The aervtcc* at F-lkins U. E. j Wm. Hoag and Madam Jew all of St. ot the needs l„ oor rachU retatluas. ! •» ratting lata loyal Kegroejf souls 
* fTwo-rh thnsdny wen' largely attemied IjouUl • Mbh. Frank (*»am gareja, j(m.-e ■ real white Amrrk-gn with aver- j Jhcr ilereiop serf — 
-Uea sgsata to both n*»rning and eveuUg. . Faimwiag I party 
*nl Hair ruMIJ' - the paatnr'a aprMuu from Hie text: "A I son's SXth btrthrtaj. 

■■"■■--' i^npffci-lMtt I were, prs aeiiti _A taro-eonrse mean Wf" i5°'" n,aB aeuw doe* not drain-. i» not r* 



! «* «e. 



rti.1T mnl Hlei. 



jdii-s. nan. <n^iiimii cni»,» i.«"- s cvnt wmie .-imeriean wiin ai e; 
1 InuMir of little Mildred R«4 agw lutein gem-,, iinder-tawls that 
5 little gimfx truly 1 ' 






r too tare ta deal justly Only 



lM not iiltii!i:Hely for .VrgroeH, bill far 
more for the nation's, grenti'r good. 
No nalii.ii divided sgaluat Itself or part 
of itself as are our 13.00U.OO0 cnu 
stand. Nor can America any more 
than (ireoce and Rnme alwayM.elitiuie 
part free and part oufree. A i«rt 
Imiuune fr.ait diNfrunehlneitieiit, Jltn- 
cruwbuu. si-gregnl iuji, and laiving full 
righta, of ruling and beluf voted for. 
Jnry arrvlce and every free American 
right, while the other ]*trr. our i::.i««i. 
dm. Iimi per o-ut. loyal, faithful test- 
nl and triiii iirmifH against auarehy, 

tri'iisiut, and Europtau-Aslntii'. Isunb . 
iliron-iiig and fatal llprlslligs. tire Jim' 
crowed Uwl segregated indlserimlna tely ! 

nisi ih nini otike am) Jury and other 

pnblii- sen- ices Othteh are the birth 
righta of every tleceut and well tle- 
porting Americam 

"Tlisiik tiwj in our ImprrU 1 brutd | 
gnnged Missouri. *>imm ran rote both j 

our women and twnl W»* are not yet ; 
Jim crowed or segregnled i-y uiicMiii.il- I 
inl b'tiil eonsi sint li ai or ntatutcv lion- | 
or and prabnp are due te agr greater ( 
fimlitl. belt it .educated uud farther ' 
sei-iug white statretaen and leaders. ■ 
Jury serine to our omiiy large, foil . 
holding tax lovers moat come as a 
■ it 



Try HuTLULA SYSTSM 
— For Good Result^ , 

Liny Are L'slng 



My Kxnrrienrellas 

Tausttt .He (he |b. 
tore Of the Sraln 
Luto Scalp Sperinl.. 

Uair Grower. .. JH 

Fressiogoa .in 

Shin lilearJi . ..]„ 
FreparatiiHi To Halm 




Hy 



OMk I 

■MADAM hit A MULLEN 
331-aOMl Slrert, Cairo, Uktmt. 
Aeenta Wanted; Diplomas Awards* 
«». Bead atm 9 ru£Sf, 




See Me For 
Petrfect Sljrht 

«rnr Suff >r witti " 
Haaaasns 

when it can be cured 
w-'th glaaari. Hfy 
nna Crynat [^uaea, 
properly att«l to 
voor Tiaun. will re- 
gn«e yotfuf tit EVB 
STiAIM. renrryg 
complete. Ueg of tha 
v«y latest *«. 
■busea and suaeta- 
dsaUpawhKtrroB- 



toiahKtrroa. j 



miilier of riclit and jnctitv an well 
«!■' equal rights of Im-nniotion and trav- 
el to all. with eapeetal pwinlrgcs* 'u | 
urtiie. For Oeil la In His Heaven ■ 

,int is lniivinft wiih suel. forir and 1 

on-i-r for His (SWB fa I brrrusnl and all j 

ws'.i brutheeboad a* He never nwred - 
beff re. Frahw (lort. let us be wrtls- {' 

ied to un lie. eomU nr. cooperate aud j '' ' ■' - '.'" ■' ' ■ 

m* and straggle and gray far Mb.- ■!"■_-, 1 C_JI B I a 

•enri. LouisUaa, Arkaaaaa. Mi-siwiipiH , IK L £?■» OUeTV jV 

nn.1 in all our Heartbrrtt Watee whwrs ^| ioma,gj. H 



1*11 *, SAKAH ST. 

1 Llndell (B3a near Wast Ibtt. 



Cmittthmtry 



'^'A*^t*!*4m**.~*\*^*^*XX» tt«tY 



THE ST. LOUIS ARGUS, FRIDAY, JAN. % 1921 



PAGE SEVEN 



OUR NEW HOME 





SPIRITUAL CHRISTIAN 

UNION CHURCH 
WIT Lnrtm Avenue 

The Spiritual Christian Union Church 

2t2T LawtOD. nveaup, holda dlvlno apl- 
ritiml services erory Sunday. Friday 
:«nd Tuesday with sermon and dcriion- 
1 strotlo-.s of (be spirit forces. All sor- 
" vices begin promptly ut 8 p. m. J. 3. 
Went lie rfofd. rrejor. assisted hy L. 
.goopcr, secretary. d-25-Lndf. 



i^VQUSIIUTKNU AT 1125 N.Vumlevcn- 

!F - tKt - 

I; SUNDAY-EGIIOUI, from 10 tt.-iu. to 11 

\ j ' a: m. 

IJ89NG. aSSTI€H AND rilEAClllNO 



jj Pint, gj 

■; fl'ulii 11 a. ui. iu .i iil . . 

.| EVENING MEltVICB- NlUM Ti^UJo Mv " ( ,r. j.; , '„,., Hniilcrsiui.' juurcnrcltr 



frfla- 

;[t»r. K. J. Ho via, Rnpt. L. H. Morrow. 
" -fUljIf"' ° |i *' t * llUHiiltwi, Minister. 

BL HJTFHEL BAPTIST, uSHAtlilone 
—Am iln< Sim' Your lum arrived. El 

. LVlllli Ih ptntllllg In gruw KlrOlljnT II* 

■l- l lft'i la jg rsijw.by. <lnr pnslnr. Itcv, 

t| W. IV. lVrry, delivered » splendid lues- 

; Mine Miiinliiy mi "Chilli Life," It ap. 

! pramtThrirlie Wasli.il alum- Inn vlsll- 

':>' tlio -Fh11k->*, tin- .»»»» .-aauWhr. 



our work, snlit Her. N. L. 8mlth fit a 
senium several Huiulnys 'ago. The 
Good Siiiiniciiiiii.'j Iuvl- their wni-h.'lji 

lint HrlTI' Sor-nW tO l>U U ISSJ^Ii'.' logl! 

HiilI uhulirlucni lugellier. Wo. always" 
enjoy working for an ffltWTOfWJ 

good cause.' mill Mm. Hi? mil Purhdi, 

ITwlilciit nf ih« L'lnli. ntiii I'rWwWi uf 
modesty. Christmas t$i- dub nleUi- 
burs iMi'M.'iiii'd her ivjfti.is lii-nuflfnl 
laritllero. In ii recent Steward Hoard 
iHH'llns. Chain™ n J. ('. Campbell took 
n few minutes, "in tell (Be officials of 
iil;. visit in a social affair jrjvm lay Ihc 
Good PoitusFllnw Cllili nt the hoMle'trf 
Mm. Juiui'K IliiRlKn, laiaW Took Aye. 
II certainly vvus it oliiss)' affair, hi- said. 
There lire rmjte n, number H people 

Wild KCClll III III VI- [hi' liriVIC- llf Good 

Nil marital] HfK-iflj* iih Hie lion*; was 
criiwilid mi Ihi'lr pitrllciilar-iiljibt. The 
president III Hip ."in ik1i| hi- of Iivr dull, 
mill Hitc'm luwllli. Im |i|ii ui*jw HlHi prim-' 
|:n!iiy Id tin- unit tier kiynl twKilit-rn. 



. 25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED 

Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the 

Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture 



and nil Branches of Beauty Culture 



Tcrmi M»"lermto 



Diplomas Given 



Porv f*m »er' 



Write Today for Further Information 



St. Louii, Mo. 



HOR-TON-A aa 




HOR-TON-A 
HAIR 
GROWER 




4188 West Belle 



TWKI.VK VKAK.S IN I"SB 
NKVER KNOWN TO FAIL 
Hair (iroivrr !il»r; rrrwin; Oil 50c; 
Shampoo Mr ; Temple Oil 2jC- 
r'or Sale At Yuur DrtiEsist 
ll).(HM) ACKN'I'S WANT£D 
You on Make Mont?. For furfhrr 
HooUlct nnd Kittfiol Offer, at onre. 
Partinjlars ivrite For Our Free 
EVKLYN IIOIETON MFQ. CO. 
ST. LOUIS. MO. 



The Creole System 



!|..!v 






At alRiit 



of imr 



Lekometros Bros. Supplies 



Central 6139R 



SILK IUT BAHB8 
FASfV BANDS 



MiATHKBS 

BMtCKS FI.ANCES 
II tl' JIAt'I[I>ESV 



^Redtlttioh In"Prices On All -- 
3oot Blacks, Polishes and Shoe Laces 

501 PINE ST. 



Lo - ,A " LILLY WHITE HA,R 



Found in ■ 



WE MAM KUTTIRB Ol R 

OWN I'BEPA RATIONS 
WUI pofcUiwlj' promote trw erontfa 
•f Hair in 3 aMnlbk Cum T«ler, 
KeaMrea Daadntf and slaps Hair 
f naa KbIUhc out Will ■aha II Lorn 



PREPARATIONS 



?«» 



KalUweout.' 
aad Glawr. 



n i-atw 



Ulty White Hair Ii rower.. .... M 

ItUtia VuuLblnc Crtui .\M 

AtklLt Fum I'nwdrr M 

, AGENTS WANTRU 

Madam A. D. Graves 

I 3351 Mofi«D£t.. St Louta 



MME. SEAY'S 

SlltliK MUH'AILVTiONS 

FOR THE HAIR 

G uaranteed . Tof Give 

Growth and Show Good 

Results in Thirty Day. 

NEW AND MODERN 
SANITARY PARLOR 



r»dal *M*MW tad ManlmrSn*. 

StndRita tanefct by coraptHeat 
Inrtraeton. A|esU ■ Waatet 
BiLijahara. .Writ* tudar. Send 
Btaaip tor Bopr/. Ibpla Mb kv 

M>i. E- S^y l r ^aJ-- 
It S. tt mA Si. \ 3 1. Lau a 



M?#t Jtitffey^ 



LODGES 



•HR1NEKC 

Modlsaa Ttuplt 3S. A. E. A. 0. W. 
Sbrinen. maet Orst Saailay art.rnoaa 
of aacta noaui at tbelr ttmpla, 1IL» 
Baatsa aiaaaa, E. J. Victoria, Jr., 
pataaiata; F. J. Brawa. Radardar. 

tLK lopoea ~ 



r 



WH'TE TEVPLE HO. la, 

WaiU Taffibla So. II. I. & ?, O. 1. 
idT !»■■!■ ■ ij Him ■■! Uliil Taa» 
M7OTN. 




pri'urli 

"l.if.- -Iff Jumis." Ill' Ikl'Wlsi' «1LM rx- 

ulliil mill [iri'iulml ivllh vim inul pow- 
er. Wis plmi 'i1ii« yitir t u nivo lid- 
lo :i lirijjliti'r. liHpfnl M|ilritiiiil nnd 
n iiniri' raiiiiiiulr future. (Hi Moiiil:iy 
lii^'liT Hit' '-Tth »f IX'i-.. lf-11. Hi" Hini- 
driv i-i-liiml rjitrrlnilinl wllh u s[iliiiilM 

procrnm. All pnwcitt retii tn«» had 
U jitj rti'llBlitfnl tttttt. The tree wn- 
ilLfnrntM] with «rtli-Un to «liow tin- 
I'lirislimlM spirit. Ukl'Wl*; It WflH 
Imlrintl witli jinwiil^ for lovnl unis. 
The rhiireu portrayal tlie I'lirittnui-: 
spl^ii \<v wiiuim'uionitiiiK 11m.' Mrtti- of 
niir Siulour. We ilu m>l iliiiik of 
I'liriHiiimH ihiti'I.v iih tin' lime le bIvi- 
and tqejn- Irat Hit- llinc to nerve nud 
sbow hut raped to Ihose we love mid 
tsUt-Mi. Tlirrffiirr Liu- ll'tt"' <*li™t 
Chili i>T Bl Iti'thi'l Church inul frh'tiils 
linllcit row-llMT. Bil"' tuir pui-ior the 
Kinn nr .f-».."i4. Tin' -Miwloii Cln-lo" 
iloliiihil ¥5.0iK iheri-hy iiioklinr a tutiil 
of XUJH. Tltln wii" rIvi-h fnim the 
hriirt.ai well iih- from lliiv |iiirsc. We 
traow lhl« win) not. line liulf "f What 
ho drimrrejl out wc did out l"''i ami 
hdiw in do mora bj tin- help "f our 
nmv.'.ily Sitter. «'<■ .wWi 8U ■ 
very |in«per<un New SMI. Hi*v. \\ . 
W." 1'i-rr;'.- pantur. 

F|RST BAPTIST. Kiwlorh— li iim 

e-isily I"- WMn witliuilt li stp'lnw ft 
donht Hint Mil IP.ly. as lit ilayn of 

old, I* Ii-ililliij: tliu, Hrst ll;iptisl rluin'li 

of Kiaim-Ji. «'icii our energrtlc nnd 
intcplnil [WKttir anil loyal iinu I'liJP'r 
workliiK iiiciiilii'iTihiii ii"l liilK 1^ W' 11 

Cur Hi.- vittr Imt n-nl ciirlHiiHii Kpajice 
with enat Bttsfl**. Biaxial sHrnaBH 

:irf ImIiiC prepn*fd fur B9WW.T, -Ian,, 
li. Alt meuil.ers are urpi! lo 1«' prea- 
eiit Stuwtai nt cOTcoaol - n'elort p- 
m Are j»a a Clirlmliui'; !>>■ >»" 
love- fonr lirotU.Tl Christ . dlo.1 (or 
yon. lVlmt lire yen duini; fur Him? 
ey. VT. I. Johu*i.u. p-istj.r: H/hUt* An- 
na K. (illiwm. recorttiOB seueliiry. 



Iirullliul. l.ucllf lulmnli'it am] Velum 

Ciiy mim i.IIIiiu buerd will pluy two 
Kt'hi'lluuK ut tin' eltwe of wlioul* next 
Sniulny. JlU'li Interest lx "liuwn In 
(In- lihwuim liy tho'elilldrt'ii iinil iiurent^. 
The JMfitBT prcflelH'tl twu "Jfipreadfe 
Mirmiiiw l«nt Wiinday, 1mi(Ii nervki-M 
were wltueiwed l.y a upleiMltil anil n\r 
pniinllve nndli'iu-e. Our vsitorn were 
Mt-M(laDH<K liiliheau, Commit hi re. Houre 
KHi'd iiml MisseM Corn n|id I'nidii Wll- 
1,, i: ..,,li. .M,,. Itaa^lfljIM a-HH 
the i-hiirvii and «il[ wort Willi us Ui 
our effort In luillil n ctitirt* Imiue. Tliir 
Wiimon I'uloii ruicnl 10.(K1 at lltelr liol- 
hliiy entertainment. U M. Morrow.- 
clerfc 



I'AKKISH t'IL\PEI. C. M. E^-The 

KervlcVH on Liat Sumliiy \vere luton-si- 
iu« frinii 111.- Smiilay School tllb-oUBll- 
oilt Hie day. llr. W, 11. Kniory of Cairo 
HI.. priMclii'd an iilile sermon at 11 II. 
m. At the iTrnifi* wrvlee thi^ p»s- 
tor, Rev. TIkw. Pnrrlsli contacted Hie 
moullily "Irfive b'eiisi" He wan aiwlil- 
td liy Kev. It. Craieii of the local rank. 
At till' rfoatt Of. tile wti'Pt the ltii.il 
nil I lit lo the mx-clul effort put Hie' 
Honllieru Dlvlxiuu ill tl»' leiul ovur Hie 
Nortluni I>ivlslou' All attention lias 
itcCD Eiirmil tu the Sunday Sehmil 
nt OSM a. in. n nil llpworth Uncae nt 
(!:;i0 p. ui. i'ite|i Sinulay. Pvery mem- 
lier Is asked to fait iu line anil help 
hriiiR iiiiw departments up to the 
Clomuirtl. Hear llr. Parrlsli Siintiiijf. 



SIT. OLIVE BAPTIST. WM Wanli 

Street. — thKKl .services .weri' enjoyrtl 

nil ihiy Hiihilay. Si-rlpiure was retid hj 



K.v 



Vl-tis. J II 



. 17:1-1*. «.-n 



i at 



Sunday. iK-huol at 1 :'Ui p. m. 
nisi. eliHitioii of offlcern. The Mission 

Orelr will raift Kiinilay at S p. in. 

rJiBle lllril Chili nui-linK Wiilacsilny 

jnn. 1L'. Klii'dun nf orhiiTs nuil all 
mouiliers lire miuiTtMl lo 1h' present. 
The sh-k: Clura Hinlllt. A.. Cuiinhc- 
-Imm, i"ilR fnijt mpinie: liatlie Jnhn- 
mu: Kil liliver. Key. II. J-aiiEfuril. 
|i:i'-i.nf : (i. Miller, reiwrler. 



r Cirov 



MO 

■tnl> 



l*arn CreOM W*y— 4S2S SL FW 
dlaaiut Phone, laadell 1130-w. 

Uroole Caileco, lime. 'Evelyn 3coU, 
President. 

Creole ayatem Is tbe beat ot todar. 
My exporlenco baa taught ma that 
tbera to a djUorenga In peoples' ncalp. 
Tbaro la alway a a cauae for oiia'a balr 
not srowim;, SoneUtnee your acaJa 
ia dleeasad. you may bare linevronr 
or tatter. Cocao and conault ma and 
1 will tail you Just wbat you need. 
My specialty la curing bald apota, 
bad (emplou and tUia nalr. 

I will teach these branches: hair 
and scalp treatment, facial aad body 
miasafe, maolenring and' chiropody. 
Diplomas given. A bean to heart 
talk with every -woman anU girl. I 
will tell ynu why yoa need to dm 
different olla and aalTe*. - 

I make anal sail all ktnfl «I hair 
goods. Agents wanted, aead staxap 
for a reply. ■ 



FRANK SPANN 

* AUTO MECHANIC 
AND GENERAL Itrll'AlUlNff 

*' t artKin. Inirm-tl u liile yuu wait. 

Radiator rerciirins a specialty. 

Toning Night and Day. 

Phono Forest SltM-W 

«IS PAKE AVENUE 



rllONES : ( ..if.. v I.-.77 W. Undell tSS5 

Day.jSite Auto Express 
And Hauling Co. 

llauliug By Cmtrart: Hour or Dajriamrflnr wln«n hi* Hmd *. 

H.SMITH.JPROP. 

12 !7 Labatiie Ave 



Money To Loan 

CLtrrnisG, jrwelrt, ktc. 

At 



MORNING STAR 
GROCERY and MARKET 



FIRST FREE BAPTIST. Garrison 
mill Lucan avenacs— Tin- First Pf» 
llupiiMt Cliiin'h Is now enanwd t" " 
Rrt-at soul sn vlnu uyvtins nnd the Ijird 
Is Wunderfnliy WesniiiK" u.i. Tkrei- 
houIm hnve lit-'ii tinpplly i-onvirrted inul 
jwe'liavi' two atfesftlous. llie I'urly 
! prayer scrvk-i- bja Bnocath ,tJI>c • *\< v 
ritunl roes!. At 11 a. pa. our pantor 
«nvc- us im insiilihii; siriinm. Suhji^l 
jl'lw liuporiauee of cwifiwdng Chrim." 
(i, Ilu- nflorunoii we Inul a t!«'iil lesil- 
mniiy iiii-elins thul wa* eiijoyid hy 111) 

pi UiMWit. A UrsKiancUeace natvAen Mi 

unr iniriot- lit '- V- "'■■ Kiv ' ttottrWCd 
one of his semi stlreluK wrmoiis. The 
revival Will i-uitlihtii- iiidellniti'ly. The 
|iahlh\ i« mrdlally Invllnl t« utlenil 
all ilf Hie nertlere and lutir it"' sniil- 
siirrinir MTiiioiis ctettrefcd liy our pas- 
tor am! oilier mlnlsU'r-v-KvmnfelUtt 

A. J. Ihiiuildjiuu, pastor. 

LANE TABERNACLE— Rev. Jmme 

A. liiimilloii. nlilor of the chrisiinn 
Inilntr. the oakiu! aregpn of tin C. M. 
v;. Clmri-ri. unml^l ■ uforiou- ih.-s-^k-.- 
L-.«t Sunday morning to a ctfiwn Uiat 
dlUd every pear, aisle mid earner of 
the church. It van a woiidtterful New 
Year's anwaRO. anil it was a ouwdtgi- 
that Hiltnl the n-vlval mii-tiig with 
grncideur. Rev. Jlaatlett In a 
and - dlstinet spi-aker umt his voice 
naiid lit' hennl even to the last pewa 
of the churcli; and 'h" went out and 
weiit hitterly. Tbe -follnwing arc the 
Bords of IiIk text, taken -frrmr Hit? lust 
I hies of Hie 2Ulh .limiter of «t. Matth- 
ew. "IJare yon done your I«s*t!" wan 
Hie thesis of the M-rnain. . The iuii*aaL ! 
tnalrwl aniuiid I'etcr and liUidmlal 
tori'hrlsl. The i-oiignwitioii was made. 

\u< liui.ftliie t "litis ( an a Hiysiesl friend, 
ileserviiig. Mm dental by 
ic-n hi* am" WjM h«vy. l'e- 
■1* liecatUM? he hud not ilouc his 
[laid. Have ynu <k>ue yonr»"i iinkw] 
I the - niwaker. Komelimcw the ideal 
Imlirlit pWil'U' 1* an high we cant 
[reati, II. In thin 

!'ipnfnl hy kimwliiB we. did oar hesi 
Mm did yiai do yooT IhhII Hare, yon 
ih. ii" your U-st In call siniient to repe 
tea^T? Editor Hamlett was at oi 
itimc pasitor of die t'. M. K. Charch In 

. Ti.|-'ko. Kaunas, noil is notMl for hla 

: est-vilriii Blnging; and wonderful work 

. iu reii in 1 meetings. At the time of 
I l)ia election- tic Watt II"' yonturent uiin- 
jbdiw ever ek-eted editor of The Index. 
1 • 'Mr. William it*wl» oaijlnaea to ea- 
£ tereala large eoagrega liana with 
■underfill ringing- ~' 



PABK'S CHAPEL (Wi 
■AVntch steering nervier] 

til nuil enjuyeil hy 

Sniidiij- ul 11 a. m. tluf ]m«inr (jelil 

grtieral ela«i and coinaiiuilini si-rthie. 
Kniyhuily had a kIo/ious lime. Al > 
p. in. ttev. MrCiijiluiiitii of St. I^ml; 

was n viriHur mid pfi'aih'd a lovelj 

»ei-iuun frnni the leit. -ThB blood of 
j.-nos." IIH i. x:.".. It 'una a very deep 
inhjeet. The ttvsUea ure Hnimtos to 
hiiineh lh;'i r r»lly »Oi.n.— & It. Hlan- 
(.•■y. paator; H. tl. Wly-, reimrter. 

MINjSTERM MISSIONARY BAP- 
TIST WftOK — aiTvleeH with Trnt- 
inc IJniitint Church, 11* (irallol j;tre!'l 
Monday. January U. Ilev. M. lloii- 

snii preioheil a maslerly wrnion from 
II Cor.' IB:l.m. t:ollectiun Sn.-tn. 

ulou will uiei'l with St. James Hap- 
list ('l)iin-h Monday, tin- lUlh. Her. 
S. 1". .1 !,!»■■. win preach. Km E. Don- 
ahlson. presiilctit of*tlie \Voinan'« nip- 
lllory to Hit- I'hloti nit-t witb'Trrli' 
Miradny evening.' Tbey hail an old 
iiiue prayer and pratue siTvlee. IIIUil 

ith the I'fiily <:iiost- -Itev.'J. f.. Wood- 
son, prtiifdeiit : J. M. (filbert, n-porter. 



MDRMNR STAR BAPTIST. !1B1 
Wadl St. — Prayer Ueetiuir erery. Sun- 
ihiy morning, 5. A. -M Sunday Sehoril 
P;:m> A. M. Broltier T. ParJlow open- 
t^lPrayer Mei'liug jwjga at II A. M. 
MerlptDn- nail hy llev. D, Hrown, St. 
John 1S-1H. Soug Rev. M. brown. At 
3 l\ it. Serlpture read hy Kev.... from 
Prt. IB*., after whieii .'«ar Coriaudil 
nKTllag l«tran Until 3 P. M. At 7 P. M. 
Hcripture read hy BW. I>. Brown, R»bi- 
nhH II) rhap. after which Cuvrmiiit 
M aillnE until 10:30. We cordially in- 
vite all saints and -Uu..-i>. We are 
in revival mealing. trying In aaro wart* 

for the MuKklllgh KluR. We already 
bave IJ caiiilidales fur lia|iti»m. En. 
1>. Hruwn. pastor; SisTer H- llowaql, 
reporter. 



SEVKN CHI HCH (MON, met on 

il-- usaul nteellng night at Bethel Bai>- 
tiKt Churcli. Seripture read hy Iter 
B. Boldason fmol'SL John, .". chapter. 
Motig by Slalw A. Hull. Prayer hy Kev 
Min-Mti ofter ivlii.li a wuailerfal «t 
intui wiik pri-iclied liy Key. Bromi iat- 
from Phil. 2 : 4. Collection JtH.09 Next 
wrvtlu|[ at '31U1 Lambdiii. Rer. Mar- 
tin win preach. Seven Church I'otau 

Rally Sunday, 1*hJ h at 2101 Wash 
St., Ciuae one and all. It. c. If K.,1, 
inwu. 'I*m*tdent ; Sister 31, I^owurd, rc- 
pnrtCT. "* "--7 , 



ri-EX^ANT GREEN BAPTIST— 
Pesaaaiit arren Baptist Church will 
hold its regular services.- all day Sun- 
day. 'Hi Widoi-s'lay night. Jan. 12, 
Her. I. R. East, relumed African His* 
aioaary froia Middle Drift. South Afrt- 
r», will lecture nntl-- cxhihir plrrnre 
nd will reiBata { ulldiw showing the present condition 
We carry a FaH Una at Greeerles, 1 throughont aert weak. He eartainly |'a 8ont AXrtca. To aw the** pictures 
Vii'tnaln nnil Fni'l" rmill a ill I J ' uirinnl hla audience, when beaanf.jaDd hear Rer. 
Ure aa4 Dreaaed PanKry- DaKWeeiai :"A dream nf the pni jadgatant morn- |c«iiditi«.a» la .Fkratl, Africa I* indetd 
aaadr ta all lasrts at IK* r*«r- - ItaaT." huit Saiaday.- Oar choir remlend | a rare treat and do .«ie aaoald aiiss 

PHONE UN. KST fawfuJ sweat mnale also. Ber. X. i^jSearin* him. Brerytody Is inrlted. 

McGHEE and FARISH fa-4th.i w i»rre ^ww^bk-:.^ 



Cor. Garfield and Pendleton 



THE IDLE HOUR 

S-ft aVwam ef Jul Uaaav 
-JtfT rJ»«sw»-B7 nagaw. . €~ 



Baptist, vaiyaua Chapal, Pleas- I nnrl|n m 
aat (ireca Baptist and rrre*m Baptist ™ Tr» 
irene aaaae'** tg* ehnreJaip to wh)ch i " ' 

-t last '.npsk. ■!'.' Onward Gala* 

— -A/Oa* ■■ -■' \ut Craaadaa, aaaaU _. 

Ik is not anrprisiDg fa, koaar . that ; la" aaah nsoatk at Uawonic Taaapla, 
HfceiJlaad daJMitea flag, nsswtfd > j Ult ggsshA mmb. M 1:10 ■ m.' 

1 ■ *- — ' -- -■ : -' ■■■■■-■ l - w ItaJantaatatr IgsaHrml a^vtanr- 



ELQSO HAIR GROWER 




The Guide To High Grade 
Scalp Food 

Guarsntaed to beautify aad pro- 
mote the growth of Hair, Agents 
wanted everywhere. Doa't delay, 
write today, a penny will do it. 
Phone. Lindell 3222 



Sand all orders by Money 
Order to Madam J. Nelson 

ELOSO COLLEGE CO. 



LACLEDE TRUST CO. 

12 So Jefferson Ave.i 

Thi*JJp Town Institution for Com 
merc-al and Savings Accounts. We 
solicit your business. 



Bell Bom. 807 



(rat 5532 



PROSSER'S 

Furniture *.nd 
Storage :: Co. 

3318-30 Olive St., St. Louts 



Floor CoverJnitai 

Talking; Machines 
"Crmdit toReliabU People" 
Moving, Storage Packing. Shipping 



Don't Overlook Our Bargains. 
Save Honey 



See Us and 



SAMUEL J. WOODS, Jr. 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 

JOB WORK AND REPAIRING MOUCITKD AND 

GIVEN PROMPT ATTHNT1QS 

ESTIMATES ON NEW- WORK CHEERFULLY GIVEN 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE 



4009 West Belle 



Pbne Lin. 2988m 



Dr. R. C. Coleman 



mnl Market Hired, now located HI 

626S Easton Avenue 

i itiliT Hour* iinlly : Da ui. to .1 p. ni. 
Tiu**Iiiy nnil falimhiy. a s. m. tu 
B p.* ui. Bnadayn by apjtolnuneiii 
Telei-Jiohe. lii'll. I'almiiy ■INift-W : 
KlnliK-h. Di'lninr KO-K. 



IF MARCtTS GARVEY 

CAME TO ST. LOUIS 

He Would Eat At "■■ 

Bland's New Era Lunchery 

THE ONLY RAI : E PL.ICE 

In Ibe Down Town llistrlet 
No Jim Crow. No Bach Door 

625 MORGAN ST. 



AN EXCITED OPINION 

Aiwocmtfd Negro ftw - 

SOSVpX llnsa.. Jan. 5.— Ihnton 
lias lieen sunken hy the declaration of 
Ihc lh'v. Walter D. Slu'lane, pan tor 
Of the «t. Hnrlholoiiicw Kriisciiiml 
t'hurrli of ("nuiliriila*. niaV' at a meet' 
(ng of Culorml [iriiffvHloiuil nnd l.usi- 
iiens iiH-u, 1 that there ivuii no d[Aiht lu 
his Blind that ui the i-veut *f war he- 

tweep thU ti.iuutry and Jai«u tlmt the 
Negro people would taki- nfilesi with 
Japan, A few of the men prcneiit de- 
murred from tbe eouclnniona of, the no- 
ltd divine. v 



nut of tlte riwpoasIMIIty' of Hiding wltli 

-Iniiaii I™ any rooriio besjraen Juimn 
and the lulled SlaleH. What hlipnea- 
«d in reullty Waal that not Crcnl Jirt- 
liiiii. hut Hie Tolled Wall* mtiute. (W 
fusn.1 lo ntlifr the Imii.v St arl.lira- 
liou. MHrelrlHll 

"ilut in default nt an url.itrarloa 
IrentJ there U the rs'iin- coin mission 
ircnly, HigiMHl at WnnliiucIou. i*cp£ l- r i. 
Oat. Tlioigrli IMm ]h n/.| a Retu-rnl 
nilillnlthm treaty within Hie iiu-aiilng 
of arllclu 4 ut llie Anclii.Ja|Eiii<->i- ni- 
lisuce. Itritian notidid Jaimtt nt tin' 
moment of its si stmt ure lhal it wtuil.l 
be mi rrenrded hy llreat KritUn. 

••Thiri' In no inissil.illly of :■ n Aagb- 
.hi]niuei-e tSHnWrrtltllWI jusiIukI the 
I'nilid StetW How. in Chew cln-uai- 
StBttans,! Kuclaud MU fw PMpMted of ( 
rcniliiii-wn lo Im-oinc a parly I" sueli a 
nuuliiiailloii ]iaiKi* my niniiiri'hcji»iiui_ 

"It the 'Jajmniw tire luiililiiii; KliijM : 

againxt the United Htatsa tfiej »"■ 

liicklnu III il mtiise uf proportion. If 
the I'ultid aUtei la building- hultle- 
slil|w ii gainst a hypotha-tii'iil Anglo- 

Jmwiu«i- iiuuMtHiiiloii it \* rocfmta* 

Its Own rei^-ii( hQirarjf anil Iw o-ver- 
InoKiiig B» pohtJeal rmlillew of Hie 
"British eniidre. nhlch make It l«pbn- 
ailde to unite Great liritian. rfMbolii, 
Auatraliii, Sew Zetland, nnd Smith - 
Africa on hehalt <if or with lb-'- Japuu- 



LORD NORTHCLIFPE 
SAYS GREAT BRITAIN 
WOULD NOT SUPPORT 
JAPAN AGAINST U. S. 

Associated Xitr,, Preap 

LOXDOK, Jan. .3— Lord NorthcURe 
in a ntatemnit deuii-s that the AngJo- 
TapaQese allujuec would n-qulre (Jraat 
Brltlan to uaKlHt Jhobu In any war 
aga<u»t the edited StatiK. He aaya in 
part : 

■When thin iAaglo-Ja|wn*ae) alli- 
ance waa revised In July, inn, a clauac 
was lasaned. Ktipinlsiing that nothing 
ip the uuri.-UH'tii standd entail apon 
cither contracting party au obiiga- 
i I.a to » . to a-ar sen inVt aay power 
wllh whom a Irraty uf general artdlra- 
tlon had lieeu coucliidid and was la 

\ "President Taft had coacinded with 
Cruat Brldan felt that as Una treaty 
might he oat ot hamawy with tbe al- 
liaiav the latter alnnJil be aaadirkd 
and so bniMgli t iota harmoay with the 
Aaglu-Aaierkaa arWtnrioB treaty. 
"It U sn Isaportaof fact that this re- 
'"- and renewal of Out aogjo-jap- 

'- w«r» carried aat oaJj al- 



Waadan 



A GOOD SAMPLE OP -' 
"SOUTHERN JUSTICE" 

AnNm-UiiPfl Negro Pn-™ 
CIURI.ESTD.V. «. C Jan. 5.— il 7s 

sonit'lIiiiCH interiwtiug to bit tin- way " 
"Jndice" \g meted out in tilt Si>ulb. 
and lo have the Htory ("Id from llu- 

"othcr felloa's" point nf view, ax al- 
tera the follonlng dlwpnlo], Irom-ll'iek 

Hill to the daily uowh w pm : 

"Jolm Clyhnrii. Negro, wus lids tiioru 
iug carrleil b^the cliaiiigaua' ti.^scrvc u 
!>rit-l of 30 days for OSfrybsg; a plsi- 
toL 
'-Clyhuni, who lives i»tir SniSiba. ear- 
rieil a loud of etdtun to Itie ginnery 
to lie airmiMi. A white furroer arrlTed 
just before apd daicgrd the right Lu 
Imve obi eotion ginned flr«t. Thi' Ni- 
gro la said to lime bcoultnJIy i.l'i l.-iv^l 
that what It Long tn gef bis cotton 
pirumi flot. ln> bad ii." mol ).■■ raaeiaat 
right of way. Wiiile tlie iiilloii wis be- 
ing ghu'cd abertff tjaiiiii. Urate «'i». 
stable Johnnua am! fonstsbie Allen 
pawed. The Negro was going into til- 
Hlo* When ha saw CoostaJdc Ailea- The 
Isttt-r steiiiK^I into a .tore anil when 
Ctj-hnru (-Mini- oat, be was bagged hy 
the other officers. The Kegrw la aalil 
to bare rsanarked to aherlif yuinu tiuit 
he was sorry he dM not kill tee white 
farmer." 

«yburn wat< brought liere saa given 
a hearing before ategistrate Wings te, 
who gaaa hln 30 days far carrying a 
Pistol. 



-v.,*™. (tJaBtfc Ttsnea. 
-. There are IMUMe Colored rwMeats 
in the City og* Bajthjaore, .fiat pargai 

"" a reajawtalgirr"'" '""" 

- tadlaa** 

•fegSS 



- 



T- 



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PAGE SIX 



THE ST. LOUIS ARQU3, FRIDAY, JAN- 7, 1821 



CLASSIFIED ADS 



RATES . 

ONE INSERTION 
PeraoDal, Business and Pro- 
fesaioiicl Cards, Business 
Chances; For Sale or Rent 
Houses, Stores, Plata, Help 
Wanted, Situations Wanted, 
For Rent Rooms, Rooms and 
Board, 6c per line; minimum 
35c, • 



TYPIST— Desire*, copy worl- at home 
fetters, Sermons, l'lnys. Etc. Mrs. B, 
C. Dyer. 12S3A W. Lucky SL . 6-0-3 



ACTII VtUl .SAi.E-Iluick ptud- 
MeT, Willi winter mill sinmuer lop; 

self starter: extra 6RfliS*»W. Ctfll 
Honiont .VW. i.r Central SftOO. 



Choice Homes For Sale 

My motto: A Square Deal or No 
dinle. Choice homea east or nest of 
(Ji-istn! Jivi-iini'. Alt kinds, all siM 
and all prices. Buy from me, else botJi 
wll( lose money. I specialize In re- 
curing homes far Colored people, siift 
ll\lug lip iwikth safely for them. I will 
Mrs yon. room"/ ii n,j from trouble. 
Church property secured- Fire, Tor- 
nado, rind' Oliisu nuil Automobile In- 
surance. CnliecHnii of routs 41 special- 
ly. Phones: Offlee pUre -IfJoB, flesl- 
dence. llnniont -tffit-W. 

C M. MOOKK, Realty Itaaler 
2iJ 1 North Fourth Street 



Pfllt RKXT riinilsli.il hati room, 
ttittahlc for working plrl. rftWn 

Cook. PSone Qfldell TB21-IC 



t"lH{ It KM 1 — Xenlly furnished 
frulii p-'ms, liui unci cold water; gas 
and nil modern come nieces. S123 
Krankliii avenue. (1-7-1 1 



rOR SAI.l'. CndiHne 



FOB REST— One fill 
<l.-or front room. *2-W w 
ilia Plume Llndell 4S27- 



QUARRELLOVER STICK 
CHEWING GUM FATAL 



Aswi'liiii'd Negro Press 

DALLAS Tex., Doc, 29.— KoHoivlng: 
irn alleged -quitted nver a slick of chew- 
; liur pun. Matthew WnshlHHtwi, 17- 

• year old. -is dead and Irednus Comjr- 
iirinii ™r, tun in. is in ja.il The Compton Is.)-. 

• cheap HI accordiiiK m 11 stali-niciil hi- Is wald I" 
VIctM 131 hnve;uia.lc to III.' slii-iilf's department, 

,1-liiliiw timr as ho placed i, sin-It hi ihi. 

- chamber of rile pin rlic wi'ai»H,w,|s 

'-• ntvdcnlally tHsrhnrged. 



there wiik much jMplrltunl rcjtilelntf. 
WJ hope that the spirit of 1l1un.l1 in- 
terest anil Christian 1 good-will uhailL 
continue to make itself wan I feet tbrU. 
nut the year. • 



CHARLKBTON, MO. (By Damon) 

Sunday was it great day at both ehurcli 
es. Splendid (tenuous were preached 
hy Revs. J. ti. h«jb. c. 11. Green am) 
K. (I. Mays. Rev. (irceu tfas with 
Perry Gbapeti A Kbw TTeur tsee wus a 
fciiture Of Hie rxerebe* Ht ferry Cliitp- 
el. • Hev. - (Ireeu preaelied fruni the 
lest, I'lill. 3:3, mtbject "Tiiriiliw o**r 

May preached ttOM] WSt Steward 






1 1-7 -11 



nut rest : 

llr>( il-KT. wii|, 
era. I.imlr!) im 



PIERCE AHBtW 

ii.r miIc: mill,.' i»nhI 
»7a.CW. I'nll Llmletl 



KtiEl ItKNT- -IliHim ( iHllttuRwl „ u i t f J. u i 

h'iilihiii or 111:111. him cTtnnpe of 11N the 1 

liniise. Cull lifter li u'ehu-k. Jtll 

Kmrfus nvemii-. Phone l.iinli'll Xaa-.t, 



ACQHTTK» »r m KDKK CHAIMir: 

A.ustxTiited Xepro I*reiw 

itiM-K nir.F,. w. c. riw. 2D.— cm 
liiiiii.'i- and Kirk Lowry vt Vurkilltv 
iri.it- In die PouTt of geii«nt| BeWltma 
ImiWS .-f niiiril.-r In .-..unci-linn 

wiiu ktll-ins .if iut Jonca, hIhm "IMI," 

C.ile. In "KltwroWtt" HUbUrli of Y.nk 
vmh.T lus{ yeiir. were nc 
jury. 



FOR RKXT •Pufuruit 
(lilnl Boor: phrnie service 

lldhl. «*TiO -I14'_' C.-.I, A 



OUT OF TOWN NEWS 



i- fnnii-lic 



, (Ihi.vse F. II:, 

<■! friends hi 



rtlR 1IRVT mm* 

rooms fur linusekcs'i.liic 1 
llKhiK kh« mid witler. 1' 
1NN11-J. I2T« Kncltlif A 



iifiirntsh,''! 



(J-7-II 

FOR RKXT-iim. nlse laPjre fnrniKli" 
eft, for i-tiuj.il' rnnpUiy«l or ri'lliiiHl i;eii- 
tleman: nil ronvenleiiei's. sn-uni lieut. 
413H rt'i-Kt Kelli-. l.lmlrll 28S1.R 117-1 



• Ff)R HKNT— Neiilly fitruhtie-I rivtiii 
i> prlvale family to Burn and wife, .ir 
>*'« (pinltenien. 3818 



h Ai'enii. 



INSTItl'i'Tinx 
ptH'iiis, hrrtrtmf. 

Dla-wrJlleii : MHtdnniie jirlre 

or, write, Rrown Bw 



Sermons, letter.-. 



1111. (Jli..-- 



kitclierj, *226-a Palrfai 



'R RENT — Neatly furnlahctl 
neeond floor front anil back rooms 
All modern conveniences. S3SS Vicm 
illrect. (1-7.^1 



Oil RKXT 

ir t|iilet cOUUle! heal ftlnlUl] 
11 pwiJe -..'rile,-, -nrji \v 



WASTKIV-lPjUler m.wIiis «,FK^a 
loin. I luics. I>..ii.l<.ir .a|^ noil t'ifnii st.fr'-. 
fancy hltWTlllHili IrKlclies jiml i.hl |,u I 

nmdc new. Call LimleU IBOM. 1^1 
w. Cowk. iiJ-ai-i) 



F.iKmVGTOX, MO 

k«)~3lr. mill Mrs. . 

•■]ii.Ti:ilNe>l 11 numlHT 

their Ik. nic isniiilny uf 
Ihm- lliiforil and ilunuhler. HIns l^iu- 
ra Willmrii eujoyod Insl Week at V»tt- 
• Ijcwis Smith. KiKsiilh Ba- 
l.k I'iiyrt'i Kdwiiril Ainlren> 
nun iic;iirl"e Swlnh reluninl |o" Si 
l-oiiis SnncLiy. • 5li.-*t* l-.rcii.' SI.Hcn 
mid Mnltic Wille eiiierliiimil -imilr ;i 
Ihintlier >>f jiersons !-:iiiiriliiv evctilm; 
Hi lU.'-rr-siilclici' ..f Mrs, Jrniil.- Swink. 
The affair >vns eumjilimeiiliirr to Mr 
ninl Mr-. Phillip Tliorincn, the newly 

'sample of domestic science. The hap- 
py couple iff t Sunday MorsQiit for 
Ibetr limiie in ftt. I^nih. CuriiiinKieo 
h:is lest two splendid pounR people for 

u1i.mii Wf wl^h a prnsr-'rii.i* life. * 
Mrs. !-■.• Ri-'eii. foriiicrly Miss Jose- 
phine liri.lp's. relill'm-d ■ to Ml. l^mls 
Smi.hiy iill.T liuviiiR s|H'Ot a t'leasiiiil 
1 Isil willi her parent* Mr. ami Mrs. 

Jerry Bridge* * Mr* Tnonius Cayi 

Im- Ihtii indls|»ir-'d ft.r several day 
* Mr. Harry Al.-jLHiid.i' •if Ihmncierre 
was u visitor here lasl Saliirday. ■ 

"■ ~ Mrs. I...iilsn Aiiilmny ciilerfniMiil a feu 

Front room, fur- frlen.ls Siiliirelay wllii « dinner lmrly 
A pliii*alil cveiijni; «'as rc|Kirl.'il tu 
T In- hostess Ik a sl.lellitld eoofc. * Mrs. 
Xcllic llii«!u-i> li;:s ictnriliil tn St. I^illi^ 

afh>, rkltins bume folks for 1 -.- 

Ilia 11 11 wei-k. • Mr. Frank Uttteo Jma 
reloriiisi ft-..m a pti'ii-iiiil visit to I'uff- 

man whrii- l»' m Hi* ku.^i of mh- 

Anpi-llne Swlnk. lie reimrls one of 

-,\ Iii.llv's" limes. • .Mrs. llarry 

rive,- n-luriHsl In St. i-JOWl* WvdOV* 
I'lnme. Llndell ( |.,;. t Mi ss Mittth- Valle ts visliiim 
11-7-4) hlV[ ||„,||„T Mrs. I-ail'M Valle ul (•■off- 

null). • Mr-^illiuo rbapia-lle «nU her 

furitlslni] roi.iii- dauKlm-rs ..f iVITiimn are vi-ilim; Mi 
anil Mrs I'nve llnforU. * Miss r.ilitl. 
U. Cayce .nli-jialiaii t|uite a hftJUU 
bunch at her LiittURe btnne. IX-e. .Hi In 
li,.iii.r ot Edward Amlrews ami Kwt- 
Mil|, Hak.T win. Were V«W»tUt| Wum 
Smooer Hid.. ' M»- *"^« »&**& 
entertained a Utwnjber of tuewutti at a 
dinner party Frl.hiy eveniliK at BCl Mr 
•sjili-m-e in W«a iarmiiiK'on 



the 3ml cliuiiler uf Jtubuii, -Ith vorsR 1 

-.ulijeet, "A new M rc-nlve." - 

Uiss lira Hull iTPTHUcurii, Id In j Hie 
■iMllliiii her pai-ents. Mr. and Mrs. Halt 
rt all I^oeiiat Bttxt'L * Tlio siek mre all 
dolhK ideely. * Jlev. Ureen fRm to Hel- 
minil SatttnUiy to l«> with Ills iiiimre- 
cni hm Siimlay. • A sptemlkl audleuee 
iv m out 10 the K mu iH'l lilt low i>tiibiiiiq 
ri-iitlentl limlcr Hie allspices Of the l.in 

coin lILth BCBonl, Monthly night. * 

The in-iiu-ii.:il ul Lincoln was .-.ivi-ii 
tiutity it 1 m pi I men 1.1 nil tin- proKrum mid 
the work wldt -h lie is iloinj; for the com- 



in Ciilnm!)H8, Ohio, while there lie wan l! 
thvfUect of . lila tlninrhtcr. Mm. Pearl g 
1 in rdii"v. * Mr, anil Mrs. T^'wla Cham- 
bers gnve. a (Rimer pnrly at Ilielr hume ! 
Kew Year*. A very n greeiible uvclllus L 
wu» pasaeil. Cotfb were laid fo r 13 S 
mill a toothsome dinner #n» . D.njltjred.. 
• Mrs. lona Lewis arrlvetl froiu Chleii- 
gb where nlie wtw (tiIUkI to the bedflitto \ 
»f her nister,' Mrs, .Vmla I'crry. whu Jaij 
e-i.iiviilvse.DK. * Ml** iVliinlflelil Stew' 
unl nave 11 itty enjoyable imrty at her [ 
lioiiie XcW l'Mt'd eve ami a Inrini liiini- \ 
her were ureiteut to welcome the Sew l 
Veur lu nud the old out. All styled!: 
" riiiiiiK hOBtcaa, I 



!|ililllI!i«llllllliiil!lliaBilliilllllil!l 



AiSFOR 

Beautiful Hair And A 
Lovely Complexion 



Mrs. I'lirlhPiilii Morrison arrlvtil 
hist Friday ttmD ^lllhftton. Mo. while f 
there she waa the guest of her mother j 

ifra. Kmma Ultlrtrd. .* Miss Milild Me- | 

late of'St. l»til» was the dinticr ! 
finest of Mr. ami Mrs. Henry I^rwls 
lust Hiiuiluv. • ilr. Frank Jim 11 mm 
wmhe* to lluink Ids ninny Meuila of 
Wi-hattpr fur tlwiir klndui'HH abuwii bis. 
wife during tier Iouk Illness. . oho is 
Iinni-iivlnc * A birRe iihiiiIht whs pnn- 
rtil at the Armory last Thursday to 

enjoy Hie hand boys' eouer-rt. The umti- 
nger wlahrn lo lltnnk all for tilt 



miinlly. • The I'ythiuit and Culmrti. ; port. 1'rneeeitH were .^;ii.."s.. Jlsiwum's 
can Imniioet to be given Jan. 1.1 prom- f $17.0S. IJalaucc on bnnd sis.s:i. 

b«B 1,1 Is- 11 great treat. * Terry <'liap- I 

■1 Kave Ihe orauiilsi. Mrs. R. II. Olivut , NKTIH3RLANDS, .11(1- (Mra- IJoru 
a Clirtsluma present of H.mi. Sim In It'cgger, AC*-)— Ritv. nud Mrs. 
niusiea! dini-ln-ss of Lincoln SchiH.l. K 



j Isiyn 

i- rutii 

ttiiy 



FRKIlKRICIvTOWN. MO„ (J. Mat- drll E ht folly suprWtl t'hrlslruas with 
IhtW!*)— Mr. ami Mrs. Johim rettinutl liimalion.s from Ihe people of awlfton. | 
Ij.uls Thursday actinuuunleil . * Rev. T. VT. Thnmiwini of l'olnt rluaa- | ; 

by her fntlier. Mr. Will Brown. ••Mrs, ■ inii. M«., (tta a SUeal of our' church ; 
A nun MadiiiEl.e redirniil to Hcreii- : and preached a splendid sermon fn.ui ' ! 
liiiieum M11,. WitlneMiiiy. * MTs. Ilcu. ! Slril I'niIihh, sttbjiiti "lintl caret) lor ' I 
lali King i't llen-ulaiicnni Is here visit- Ills [in.ple." Ill llie evenliiK.-tlie com- ; i 
nc,, " Mi, ami Mrs. Atitoine .Kinder ri" i tinuiioii servici' wax coiiilnetiil. 1'nslor j [ 
limed in irevciilaiicuiu Frlilny. • Rev. | J. IV. Lloyd ud mi ills tens I the Lord's [| 
ff. (.', Allan held servicm ul 'IriiiMois, j supper, • Rev. 11 ml Mrs. (irnves of!; 
sioidiiy. * Mrs. V. A. Ilavis of t'Jiani- : ('level a ml. Uhio. are the t'uesls of Mr. : 
imltai, III., iillcnileil Ihe funeral uf her, anil M» Dave Wiliiime. * Little Mi.vs 
mint. Mrs. M. .1. Matthews. • Rev. ,.T. i Annie Hell Oliver left Momliiy for Bj. | 
Nni-li held servvn's at Ihe Hapiist I,uiiU. She will be sinlty uitswil by I 
Mury _ ' ' ' 



It is astonishing to know the beneficial results 

one fh'ay. obtain from the constant use of liladam 

j »C. J. Walker's Superfine Toilet Preparations. 

Why, they are an Assortment of Toilettes | 
suited to the needs of every, complexion and bene- 
ficial to the most languid scalp. - 

—TRY THEM— 

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A Full Line of Freah Vr 
Candies, Cigars, Etc. 
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Dovie Wright Jordan 
HAIR CULTURIST 

Madam C. J- Walker System 

Walker and Overton llyccnn: 

l'rcpiiratiens I-'or S"* 1 * ■ 

NO. 7 N. GARRISON Al 



BMr^rtSTJjfj _ CuitniJ 

A.L.Beal' 

UNDKKTSKKK .\NI> KMBALH 

MIks BlrdlO lifltli ]lni't'"' , «l wnhal 
for Bldlea. Anlo fiervlee fiirnlslied 
all oecaaloun. Oih-h day aird nlgH 

H2G Lucai Are. «. I*nla 



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Temple Grower 

Glossine > • 
Vegetable Shampoo 
Yntiseptic Hand Soap 
Compact Rouge 



Cleansing Cream . 
Vanishing Cream 

Complexion Soap / ^-~. 
Witch Hazel Jelly f 
Floral Cluster Talcum 
Antiseptic Dental Cream 



VA-ANTHI)-A Il.msek.^iier: ». miil- 
itln uboiil 35 or it) j-mirs uf age: only 
.in- In family: two borfi**. B.'iith'. ami 

liv" riBun huiise. .HBthiMllst preferred : 

fc SMjgS . apply t*. ..r befoTH B(*. 1. 
. DID E. llroiKiivat l.in- 



KlKKWtMin. MO. (By V M- BO*' 

Uollle Tyler li siii'li.Uim tli^li..U 



ii-IHls 






.Vlht-rl Am 



fiOR RENT — Neatly furnlahcd j 

Tooms. »lenm,heal; all conveniences. , 

Phone: Llndell 23^6. Call after 11 ' 
m.. 3S63 Weal Belle. <IS-2i-4.) 

FOR RENT — Neatly furnished ( ; 
rooms, gentlemen only. Phone Bo- 
mont 3204-M. 3009 Pino atreet. 
li:i-2*-*.> 



FOR Rp:NT— One furnlahcil room, 
aerund -floor front with or Without porTBai* 
heat AlBti a G*t*g£ witii rooms I - --'- 
abovc. 3fl^ Mtirgiin St. lL2-24-inifi 



Harrisim avenue 

I'itv Hiwpital No. 'J 

.'.m'Tw.i WCfli* MK"' 1111111' ill. '»« I" 

■rv m,',-i, ii,„.r..v.sl at this lime. -Mr. 

,- girlie of IVineali. Ky.. is upend 

IB [•■(■ i,..|i.invs In-ri' Willi hi* i«w 
-s. "ilv iiml Mrs. Janwa inmHs'll •■' 
!1S llanison avenue. * Mr. ami Mrs. 
ihti Tailor nf Cimk iivcllllv Wl-te (lie 
_nesls "f th.'ir Btater. Mrs. Arthur 
L'aimuil "ii New Tt-11 Ks day. ■ Rev. Sam 
and Joe Kirby mi.tonsl to Pa- 
Eft:. Sutnbiy in Rev, Tylers (tv* 
;.-i- Uv.-rland. Ii. attend llie fn 
,( Mr. Jofui-oii V.-st. 'Tin-)' re. 
a very pteanKBI trip: • -Mr. 
IB-LI of Ijilu'dli-. Mti.- Wi.s 

Kirkwr..»l M lay. * The 

t,oun*f.f Mrs. FiHim nf KeulUi+J Ti-Wli 
was t-mpl.-tcly d.-sl royiil l.y DM Bun 
day nlfiKi. ami one of ber =inull ciiH- 
ilrf-n was l.nrmsl abou! the lu'inl uod 

« , ... fun.. • Mrs. St'llie llililr ami IIUIedHii- 

\9Tja RENT -Foriiislie.1 rooms., alitor Lillle were I.fic enesta ..f Mrs. Lil- 
*Vam heat. HivtrlcTlins and nil mod- lie Bryant, 82! K. Main street, lasi 
em ctmveiileuccH. ailln M«r|-iiii at. Friday. * Mrs. Jnnies t'ami^s-11 had as 
(12-tT*) *» —■* her-wnetl Tuemlay her mother, Mre. 
Morrow and her two litile uleees. Mlsa 

WANTED— House to house Agents fMeam Hale ami liitre CleuivutMa' 

overywhero lo handle our line. En- Dojafr "f -"!"" I^iwleii. • Iter. Sam 
elusive territory to right people- **■ Tvhr ami Mrs. UaMiptarll went (9 the 

Idresa Hox E Argun offlce. (12-17-4.) hi^piml ba «w Alhert Anderson Mon- 
: ~'Uty. lie woidd like for. hie mauy 
FOR RENT — One unfurnished friend* all in mil and bM him. 



Call Llndell 

%R RENT — -One neatly fur- 
ilabed for gentlemau. 1 Z1B Kn- 
,j:ht Phone: Llndell 1H11-J. 
f:2-lT-4.1 



ROM 1. MO..- As Uie aiusic of thi 
New Tiflrir/ns ilii- in Die tlislaoii.- the 
HW ol^ilolles Imiui up anil one must 

1*C '-■ ■•»:■ ■■ •■■ -::.l of :| :. Itpt Imlsl lO l»- 

cBtc the' "IB it™ in toe yearn llmt amaa 
and no lu uutM-oki-it smi.-ewairai. How- 

« RBMOOKIEH Hrin.your — fUSSSSftliJSS 
"I2trj Sffi frorn * EL Mae Hark renir.,,,1 ^S 
•or 11.00 each. Mrs. M. Retf, jg ■Jjf '" T'T ^ 'l!l7 - 
• U>lt KMli (l»-17-4>T ,r r ihe pnl'l^- -tU.K.1 ol- whh- U she I" " 
, tcm-her. • Mr. nijd Mrs. Uankios ti 
(iroTPn tntee n^uraeil to n- 



ilicd 11! Ihe Imme of iter 
Mrs, Miit), I'atton at Ind.-- 
Katts., lire. i-i. , 



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CLWTON. MO.— A fine buhy buj 
ado lis advent In the home of Mr. 

'. Henry. Jim, it * Mule Frank >**>&* 
h. ~.«i i.f Mr. Jt.hn WhHlock "' 
ill fever. • Some of (lie rnmii; 

1 of «iir lo.vn are trying to form 11 

.'"tin.- men's club. * The Sunday whon] 
tiai-hcrs meeting every Tuesday in the 
paaWr'a limue. • Rev. Jenkins of Mcm- 
T.his. Teim.. preneliisl a imhle serttmti 
it the A. M, K. Clntrell. Siiulli Clnv 
Ion.- Text from ,Sl. John ill :ift. (' 



Unuilay School, 

villi; ns seeretnry for snmv time. 'II 
uncle Mr. Dome Helem, Is Inking 1 
to tit. Louis where she Is 10 em 
school. - Mr. anil Mrs. MCXtnl have 
their ituift, Mr, Jtinies I'olilcu.* 
piihlle lost alia thai will be ■_ held Wi 
i& by the Cutauthv 
All are Entiled. * Mrs. Ida I'i 
ry la UldiaplMStl lliiii week. , 



CAPE I.IKARDF.U . Mil., (.13i-.s II, 
H, doncH, A{t.) —1 Lust Friday niglit 
Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Williams cnt'T- 
taliied a larjre nuiulHT of friends will! i S. 

:Mr?n,^ p rsv M Lou^r;r 

guesls of honor, The party hn.ke up 

all rutiiig Mrs. .Williams 1111 hleiil 1ms- 

" Mrs. I'risi'illa ruitersou, Mrs. 

Renfro spent holhhiyM In SL 

' Mrs. Rush Sheppanl whs her 

.bniclitiT*' Client hi I'hinigii. " ' 



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[white, rote-flesh. Brown) 0i 

-'"*''■ 
These preparations guaranteed to be the equal g 

of many higher preparations and are absolutely B 

f ree of any injmious contents. . ■ ^ g 

A S ^ x P sr »xively compounded bat conservatively priced. 

1 1 THE MADAM C. J.WALKER MFG. CO., | 

640 North West Street 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Madata PJ. Frist 

HAIR QROWER AN 
SCALP^PECIALIST 



ufcdt 



pnisi offer 
Manufacturer, of all hi,ih,i'. 

Ouiranlorrl. 

inB FRISBY MFO. CO. 

4S8S W. riNNKT AT. 

ST. LOUIS. MO- 



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mm 



On iust BunrJuy. he preached two able ', 
sermons to a very appreciative au- 
dience. II a. in. his ten wtt! Matt, 
the pastor again ; 



Rev. I. T. Mack, 
- ~—f. Karis., the ex- ■,',;; 
dlsirlct secretary of Ihe National B. A "blc 
v. P. I?. Hoard lias, been culled tn.'-" 1 "" 
the Paslorale of (ho First BaptlL 

church, Paeltic. Mo., and is now on hern n-isirltil In this city that Mr, Wit, 
llie (leld. This Is a splendid churth Ham Kainiiels, who formerly llvisl here 
and iu takins on now life. Dr. Mack libit In a hospital at Memphis, Tinui. • 
is organlzina his torce* to do more Mr. .Fames''' Mingo F-dwiird* who has 
work for Ihe Master. He is Indeed a. ]„-,■„ l}l ,]u- III at the home ot Mr*. F,ni- 
dcep thinker a real spiritual Riant nul i;riT . n . wa!1 n-umvisl to to a linspit- 

Iaad a spleinifrt pantor. hia ulana are... i„ S t Ij.nls • Mr unit Mrs I..I10 
worklnswel, h, Pacific for .he hulid- " M.s'r. laal iu^r ^1 for ,t IX 
to Master s klaBdotn. _ • ,,„„ „„, M1|1 _ Mr _ h . M(H|r ,. (l( ,,;„,, a ,_ 
AVati-li ulRlil servics H t both 
linirches were well attended. At .llie 
Rapiisi' Church, pastor W. II. HI 
«mie before us wIUl SaSthor dMnriF'*"**^ a rejpuar ruMiK-tfaitluii *- 
his burning messages, taken from ! ailt " tr " m llri I'wilms, siihjeet. "J ' 
Dan, 3:17. Subject: 'Our (led n,ud ™b has l.e.-o mtmlfu) nf us, the 
(he Fiery Furnace." Come to Pacific ! will la- mindful of 11s." * Thursday 
tid visit the First Baptist church. I ternooil. tlie MLssinn Circle met with 
.here you will ho royally entertained Mrs. R. K. Arthur. ■ In the evening, 
y a pleasing membership and en- i Miss Uadys Williams. eiil.Tlul|inl sev- 
.y Ihe good old time Hinging anifleiral frleaiis mi HpiigK street n( her 
ospcl sermons from nur pastor. • ] home. • The Ann in reis.rter. lift W. 
M isfl Asncji Lnne apent Christmaa [ ti . jmM11w.11 ' apeat- the wei-k . lu . he 
will, her father Urn Lane, Mr SnU-' VWwaill vallev liislri.-i. -the guest .,( 
hralw. Mbn, M.milc CavetiailBll >«n , 1|c . lllltl Mrs. Tln.mas Miller return- 
here for the Xm&s holidays. • Tho',,.. .„,„„. „,.,,„.. . ( rs v \ n™, 
Chrlatma* exercises at the school ,"; .,,, ' :,", ., 

,.,.„ . Hnlli-iittiii »,™i u„ SS™* dale and l'hll.lri-11 went lo Allenville 
were a ueni, 1.: . . ■. , ..:■.■, .... ± . . 

hell, the leucher In charge is .par- *'"''"»'- * Tl "' lj " 1 "'*' Airt "' ll1 '' A -* 

Ing no pains to educate (he colored ! K ' »'bnreh mel last week wit,, Mrs. T. 
■' of Pacfuc in a princely man- '' Jetmlng*. A large uiiotter were pres- 
Hev. S. J. Pulterson. Diurtict ' ''» C ' 

Missionary of Anlioch Association. r . 

was In the city a short wh)|e last, COI'I IAR BLI Kr', MO, (By ti, II. 
week, and was dinner guest St Pas- MrCaakniRh)— A house parly ««* s |v 
tor Mack on Wednesday. • Iter, and | en. last Frit lav ulglit 111 lln- nslileue.- 
Mrs. Mack were dinner ftuests of Mr. ; „ f UrB . Vll Wvi iil from '1 lo i 111 




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3 itrierwCTxnti 



BritV. Soft, Silky, bng 

ulf^Herolm 



HT DRUG STORES ^i* 25c 

MJM HBHHCIM I CO.. aiianta. C. 



and Mra. Alonzo Curtla, Chri B lrnaal,„„„ T t „ iU ., l:1 „„..' m ,,:ard*«.n of Ft. i 
Day. • Services were held nt the Firat^,,,., u^ . K „ SS ii...-,™,. «« ■ ' 
liuptisl church ChrlHlmai. mnrnloa. ; T 1 '"' .»f '^- •. V"* M" 1 ".. 'nW,**, 



The I 



church ChrbjiraH morning. •?',""; ,Tn'..'.Cw *iT i 
tor. Rev. I. T. Mack, preach"- ; * '^» ''.''"■,«■ >-'"." 



rhariie ; 



ed the .\mu aermoii at II a. m.. # \ "■"""»« '""■' '■ ';■ , 

after- which the officers prasented J '"" rl ' h-m-a. I ity. Mi..: Mrs. W. A. 
him a nice little purse, • Union ' , "'" 1 ' l"'-*'*" 1 ■•< »'<■ Hiaiio. * Wr/W. ! 
Watch Night services ware held at A - «""«' left Sniurday for bis home: 
the First Ilapiist church last Friday i " t '»' r t|«'niliiiK llie holidays with his! 
nlghl. • Rev. McAhseter ts located ! rclarrves. * Pi-of. and Mrs. A. P. Hon*- j 
here lis Pastor of lie the! A. M. B. j Ion entertained Itr-v. T. V. tlreenlce and ; 
church and Is doing fine. They have : Mrs. <\ P. .laiksun ml dinner Thursdny ; 
splendid services each Lord's Day. * * Mrs. Ivadc Hell iiml little son Frrd- 
Thc funeral senricen of Mr.-Johnson eriek apent Ihe holidays Willi Mrs. J 
Woods, of St. Louis. «U held here Relis jaireuls. * Mrs. Augusta Outlaw ! 
Sunday at the Pitat Baptist church. «f a ( _ j^,,!, |« H iH?rifUuH a Jew' weeks! 
Rev. Sam Tyler of Kirk wood. Mo., 
officiating assisted in ihe^luutor. 



An Unusual Opportunity 

for men anil women capable of earn-in?, salary of" $50.00 per 
week. "Wo hava openings for o&ftrossivc. KustJ^tiJi persons to 
cover city, county or travel entire state- territory trans special 
orgonization work. The Nile Queen Corporation now beinft 
organized on a profit-iKaring, tasis. w putting into operation 
n new plan which. oiFcr3 a £ilt cJ£« opportaaity to tmall 
invcsiors. 

Wide awake men and women who wort to m&lco rcitl monoy 
or Have their snvin^s earn substantial divid e nds, cannot 
afford to overlook thb opportonity. - 



Kashmir Chemical Co. 

3423 Indiana Avenue Chicago 

For Information WriteW. T. GENUS 

Douglass Hotel— 2645 Lawton — ST. LOUIS, MO 



WHEN YOU WIRE 
YOUR HOUSE 

Be Sure That It Is 

Done By A 

Licensed Contractor 



COMET 

ELECTRIC SUPPU 
2110Market St. 



SPECIAL SALE 

. an all Khan* and Sizea uf 

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Try The LULA SYSTI 
For Good Results 



1VKKSTKK l.KtHKS. Mil . (H. I 
>lmms)_ Kr, William Ifnll aiid-llltlf 

|mt on Christ In' Imp- 



jlifclt thai wliR* AmerliTin [li infjiMhiL 
talned hy her many frleaals. * Mlaa Chrtat'a elvlllzatiou, will iw the Brcui- 
Hdilie Cartel of-Uni-ola IubHIiKc I*** IKatf 11,1 " ""-In '» ^ceptiisonrratr 
"[■in Christinas tiny wilh her pnrt-ali !P n "'- 
• Mr. 1 'harlle Spenrer of Howard'. Ten ' '*' ' 
»e«sce, apetd ihf holidnyK with unreal: 



II Is lad the Christian wliil 
latijilp who have im liiimaiilliirJiiu re 
ganl for (he women and tlnuglitem of 



■ toy&uSgem 



lChu 



'lautllne Mis.ro , ruerUiiiml T\-r 
Mrs. Kalle IHI nMl brotbi*. Mr 
Attar Moore of Kaunas City. 

j Thousands Praise This 

Great Stomach Remedy j *Srt 



rare, but liiose ivlai know not nor 
f.ar (i«d. I£iie|i race, ct.rtalnly oiir 
race," In its right mind, wauls" no ntt-inl 
ilegraibitlfiu. 

Ueslres Net Normal 

= "(Jtjtl made all raeeit of SM bksxl. 

a. Itut He -■'■! in, i,s ami bound". 

Xi-jiroen iu?ver have liaen the 

i i-r..— and are farther HWfiy 

rom any fooLHt notlmi ua that arure 

_ "day and a» he becaotBi lietter i^lu- 

iud iD-trja-uHht almoxt iiwlaurly ' a 1 " 1 "'at' efer liofore. IKtwase an 

relleverl wllfc Jt.'VJTO I'l'RK HERB Amertean while nr Natfc man wittita 

T^BLETH. Th.4M.ltda I* frateful \ t] "' " l ' a '' eluince as :i Turk, lliilgariiiti 

liner* prase the . MjitTOnatUif:, and 



very Interesting af well as bcliitui. "" 
meetiiiK al Ihe Inane of their teacher, 
Mrs. I.ctlla Suuili. UOS Kennerly ave- 
nue Thursday. t£ meinbeni were prea- 
eot. • Tlie futility Baptist Wonuui's 

liihai will convene at tire Hunk- Rat- 
hurrh.' Hiimlay. Jan. 0, at UiKM 
* Urn, (Jakes will apMtfc an the } 
•Tlie rs«"ibililles of the Xegrn." at I be ' ImliBeation. Ctms.lpatlou. Slelt „ 
M K. ChtmliJ^imlay. Jan. P. at im Xervoita H^adach^ u a ^ in Hlt . s(o 

all are welit.nws • Mr. and Mrs. pal- -— . -— m r»— _■ 

word Hinklo fan. a parry at their 

resilience in liorior of the twelfth mi 

ajveraary of their nephew ml. AmsIIm. „»«„ pr j*e «u)""7ejnvVu7ltM"''and l " r u •".I.ihevrhi, ti. rHk inn first eta 

A very enjoyahle afterno.ni was |«s*-r| strengthen),, k nriuicHles of .m-ae TiiIk™' when hl ' W th " mn * e - ,ria ' " v 

last Miftnrsuiay. (..vera were hbi : hf ». One EadUr imr Beat or write ',.r : '"'haves seemly, and lacenuw be want. 

tor lfi. • Mr. Jas. Stone ot Pa.ifjc. Mo. I Fht» three .lav* trSaStT ! "' <*t Bit ''.mt Iwlng insulted at pnl.M- 

ilb-tl last W.ilnewlny nt the home of M*j ■ JITITO I iBuaaWWiaW luoa whe, he is rjeeenl and i'=iys Hi- 

" "fone Thofi nl g^i, mibl »„„,„ ,. BriulilL}, p, 1-rlee. this is n„ reasi.n that a Xe(jr.; 

htay tnitn (iunloni- ™ „ —J^TTzr ' Amerhaa sboiiid In.- Hiunglit or (.-hargisl 

ftineral porior. • Mr. and Sirs. Her- | lUrrDAFC UA1 tl OTl ran ! with ^ItiKirmal. rtenelrea of aWtlu* a 

™" Vfi.aMUL.jLl SFIATE i from ..r ala-VB ami .ool of-his rrn-e. 
WIDE MASS MEETING wUh Mu * n •"•nuero.u. nicttaep U 

((Wliuned Proa Paa» «i ' ,ial ltr * rllr - *P I? 1 * ™. trin 



r'retl and Mian pri Parker WltWB lainln 
"™" J I spent KiHHlny with tae huaae folks. 

Fumhuaed roee. wH* * Mr Xrlhar r'.»ter st.Jour.ia iu Web- 
ken Mrs. ArrtnsU.il. i at— ** twwaiaJ. • MrK JftiK Love re- ^1 
'itvindi ■ .ir.-,; from I'hleaao much dr-llaliied 

" ,,., , , with her hdn. * Mr. and Mrs. Sa4n VWn- 

iNH- Lcuailcn-d » ' r"T " *■■ * » TWy laWNauit *-e*'» 
Taylar 33tl Mor- atay in I^lmiw.n with Mr. Winfrey - 
(e-Wuad.) r-areatr • *■ ■ 



■rr (JcHi.li. had a* their gnest last 

Haturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mi-' 

Miss Laura Jones of St. Charles. 

Tim IlanUn of Toungsfowim. O. 

.iimptnous illoiicr was eojoyeii. • 

Urn. Mary CJist ami Mr g. C. SmU.. 

Joined in holy wedlock at the real- 

denee of lira. Lhnle Moore' 

Lionla by Dr. 



Mic mi' el" sir for the public, all the 
idutie. Negni Aaaeriean are 1 to H of 

It oilier Americans, Thesi' iiiiie.jii',- 






Lie* i 



■ at ElkiiiK 

'linn !i iiuiidjiy H'ere' largely attended 
, ; both ris.rij iug Jtrxl .■vt-riisiie. - Kollmriiw 



owtaj Kegna-M notalna. vet tiiey >..- 

reeiajnUed that liy unr roerlls. Inteiu I nll " Je u| * "* to * tT °* flfty n0wr ' ,(ff ' 
en»es> anperiirt: knuwledae ot ouraelvm i*™ 1 "afhaialltk* 'uottt of whom are u... 
letirge Stereus. A »*I»;lre ctnjW hr-lu ihe stale a» itepury offl ATueritans at afll to the manor tmrn, 
ding itlutrKT foikkwed ihe luarriagw si <-i«k .lepMti™ and line oaVers l„ mat- '"" <'"l'iftl folks are. Yet th.se f"r- 
•wrae of the bride 1» Tajtor, * ;t«r* larajair lo do irfth. and afteellnat r * Ka hc,rB or * beit f""™*" fceelajn htn-n 
jar. amliMra. B. H. Barlow? had aa lUefr ! and ajatthf Xegro eattiawrmbi ajad bM- :srr *"''" rieh] * alwl "De"'^ ba uence 
■listi nsuuhed. New Year dinner gneat, : lerjuent. by wnrklntr aanB* e«raerrew ; ft""*- denied to hvel and irne Vim 
Mr. and Mrs- Hu«b Alleii ami t uni*al*r-!»Ma>r to wJium boww Isdhe' fXefW AmertWtll flllanua, Thl! U he- 

Mis- Kiuaai J. Seam. Mr. aaal Mr-.: "A cdear eui mule mm ■mug 1* onel ,J * , '•* , If «■ to be otww. unfair and 
Wai. Ihaii and Madam Jew all of SI. !o. the ftwds l u our faeUl irlMtaDJ? ;l " """"« u » t * I"''" 1 he^roer amibi aa 
Ionia, » Mra. Fraak nin*va «.re,a ithiee a real wMte American with aver- ; ""'V develop aetf eokeetoaaraeaa. It 
party la itoonr of Utile Mildred fit*- i aa* InJeHuww^ underaUBda fhat .1 •:-» nerer it» lite tn deal jnaaly. Duly 
,:,.,-. ti.-.K i.iriiui.v it lir.i.. TT- : — . »..-.■ ■ v>«n twfau. ~tn> tiaa-tier ami right co wanaa s ewdt any na- 




Maay *r B i; iUi 



is ikot uRIuuiiely for Sr-gtmv. but far 
more for Ibe ualiev's gnvter gotat. j 
\o iiailon divirl.sl a no Inst itself or I»irt ■ 

of ibx-lf an ,u- our IS,6fJtfnW0 < 
siand. Nur dtn America .any intir" 
Hint) Ore eta and Rome alwuya endure 
part free and purr'tUifnie. A part 
Imiuuiie from dixfnim-hlaenu'iit, Jlm- 
ertiwislu. aetfi-eKMlioai and limine full 
Hghta. of. voting and 'W.uje voted for, j 

jure seriiiv and every fr.v Amerieuii , ,„ — \-_ „ , «^" - , 

rlgtil while ihe oilier par. o.ir fJUM £&&,£+ £*£?**** 
out). UN) per cctK, loyal, faithful test- , 
ni anil Itiinl proofM agalusi auareby, j 
treason, ami European- Asia lie, IkmoJi | 
iltmwlnit ami fatal uprisings, are Jim-. 



My Exprrirnee 
Taught He (h, 
two Of fjsj He, 

Luh. Sf afn Speeii 

Uair Grower. . 
Preaalug Oil . . , 
ShiQ Rleaeh .... 
P^eparatlmrTa M 
Panders lake on 
FMe 



MADAM LLXA ML'IXKN 



Diplomas Wi 
■ 1 Kor ft. 



j.nMic Kerrlees whleb are the birth: 

rlcbta of i'Vitv rit-c-i-iit and well dv- ! 
porljttg Atuerli-alt. 

"Tliaiik <h3d hi our IiuistUI. broad 
gluiEctl Mlssimrl. Xefaaorti ran vole botli ■ 

oo f women and tneul' We are not yrt ' 

Jim crowed nr acgrrmtefL by uik'r.i.'-ll- 
hitlniial eooslRnt Ion <.r sfutotes ](on- j 
or and piralse are dne, t» our cr.mi-r : 

■rijcti. lielter ..slnnit.-il and faiilier 
seeifig white statesnien and leader- j 
Jury service to our lliaiu largi-, full I 
botding tax payer" muse enuie as a 

aatter of rielii and Jm-tk-e a* weU ! 

is isimil rights of locomotion and trav- [ 

I to alt. willi eaperlat prlrll«gn« 'a ' 

urn.-. Vtrr Cod ia In His Heuren ■ 

nit la inovl ng with atteh force and f 
.iowft for His own ialarrhtawl afk» *H | 
uh'ii".' bpotbreboBd as He never wired < r*hiai ■ rjooMt 
b*f9rr. PMb* Ood. M o» kw ia»tia- 1 ^^ 

finl 10 unite, rombiib*. nnurrate ami ' 
work aBCJ strrutfJe and pray jTn* Mis 




See Me For 

F«rfect Sler 

JJ^ a *" f ri f "'»"tr. 

whan it can be co 
with etassri. | 
Bne CryeulLeoi 
properljr fitted 
.your Tiatpn, wdi 
he»e >oo of ill El 
STS.UN, Tewr 
comptete.litc uf i 
»«ry latent ta 
Ilasaea aad spec 
clea to select froa 



tkerv-a : dtteU.'" 



^St^SEL? 



'»&XZ\1ktLhfr token 

lies where [ r "* # . ■*«#■■■ 



fAGE EIGHT 



THE ST. LOUIS ARGUS, FRIDAY, JAN- 7, 1921 ' 



©i?f 01 Couis Argun 

PUBLISHED WEEKLY 
BY THE 

ST.LOUIS ARGUS PUBLISHING CO. 

Ml MARKET ST. ST. LOUIS, -to. 

Phone. Bomont 1493 



noil aslo Sir. Johnson. The npcfaaod 
was known nx one of the best busi- 
ness women of the Race. t~t» mil al- 
ways (111 till' Job J polite mid I. mi ;i 

"■mile I b¥ i^errlw df. 

—"A FltlHNir* 



Oae Tea r 

Six Months ... 
Three Months . 
Blugle < 'i'i>y . . . 



SlitSCRIiTION RATES 



Advertising Kates. Furnished On Request 

MEMBER 



CARD OF THANKS 
We wish to oMend our heartfelt 

(hunks 11 in) iii>[irtT:liLtiiju Ui.nur Irleuds 
im.l f'hitlv,« f«r their kindness mill 
sympathy shown lo llii' llhieiss mill 
death uf mar deur hrolh-er t;eori;e Cluy. 
W« also exlelnl •■jit heartfelt "IliaillCH 

lo the Elks' bond mill (Mlllitiirm for 

ihi'lr eluvii-iil sen-Ire. Iter. II. Hurrl* 
fi.r his loiisolhii: «nra* sicken ill (liv 
fUlllTlll- X- I.. ItWll. HlllllTlJlklllK <'"'"• 
liiiuv fur llielr ellk-leut service rcniler- 

^P* Yours In sorrow, 

jewel] I Karl Cteyt iffHtlwm. 



nuestluii which was directed hy entire 
order lo bo distributed among four 
jets of Xejjni heirs. 



ilnlMlli-M. !■■■.! 



a A pill fc-HH »t iht I>«| Oflh.-* at S.inl Lain.. Mlnouil. umltr 



AKTK'li: XIV, (ONST1TL TION OF THE IMTEI) STATES 
liTlZtCNSIIIl' KKillTS VOT TO BE AfiKIIMiED 
I. All persons horn er naturalized In Hip I idled States, and sub- 
jeri lo Ihr jurisdiction thereof, hit citizen- or Ihe I'ntic-il Stairs and of 
■he Stale wherein Ihey reside. So rilair shall make or enforce any 
law which shall sbridfie the prlvllejies or immunities of ritUrns of the 
fulled Stales; nor nIiuII anj Klalr deprive any person ol me. luwrty 
or property wllhnul due process uf law. nor den) lu liny person within 
if* jiuWiriion the carnal protection of (he laws. 



CARD OT THANKS. 

1 wish lo thank, uur many friends 

who were so kind l» my tlnuKhlcr 

and Wile, Mr*. Annie Humphrey of 

East SI. L-ouls. who was ill only one 

wiwk of appendicitis and died Her. 
3. 1320. Silt Silid she was not afraid 
to die. tin L hated lo leave liar four 
Children, though she died happy.' Wo 
wish lo thank Rev. Mi-Bryan, (or Ills 
eonsolliiK words and Mr. It. M. C. 
f.reen, undertaker, (or his efficient 
service. She leuvea lo mourn her 
death, four sisters, three brothers 
and a host of friends. 

Mrs. Amies Murray, mother. 

Mr. Olllc Humphrey, husband. 



UNSOLVED MURDERS 
IN HAYTI CHARGED 
UP TO CANIBALISM 

Kew Illegal Killing* Oit Island Are 
(hurccil To ftarbarlsm For The 
Make Of Discrediting Natives* He. 
nuind For A Square Deal. 

WASHINGTON. Jan. E. — "Bat a 
white man 'and you will live 100 

years," 1b part ot the philosophy of 
■ usho.-wtr bandit, priests, voodoolsls 
of Hal It, -on disclosed .by the naval 
court af inntilry appointed liy Secre- 
tary of the Navy Daniels lo luvcstt- 
Rnio the conduct of American ma- 
rines in Huytl. 

Private Clarence E. Morris of the 
marine aviation forces was (reach- 
erously slain by his fiiildes and only 
bis bones wero found by the Amer- 
ican scarchlnR party. 

Lieut. Lawrence Muth, was fatally 
wnuiided from omliush. When his 
body. was recovered Iho iiead had 
been severed and the heart removed 

Private Harry I^awreitco dlaapi- 
penrcd aUOKCthcr and oo trace of 
him, or hlB hpdy was ever found. 

Incidents Bach as these are be- 
lieved to have been chiefly responsi- 
ble for the few Illegal klllinpi ol 
bandits charged to marines. 



■TIIK TKAi 1 : -I)Y CI- Till- ■ AC!-- 

_ ■ During the titanc of his :i(ttlress before (He firotlierhnod of Csn- 

tra.1 Eapiist Chiirc hast .week. Rev. tieo. H. SU-vens sai<l : "It's a tragedy 

■ of ftic age to sec tny people with all tlieir._p6wer asleep." .When we 

" "."■ hearths word tragedy we thi-ik of an eventful end; we ttiitik of a^jOr-- 

rftdc itate and we shudder as we anticipate tlie end. ^ -. 
: 1-nstor Stevens has a. vision. He can w*-;_(he danger -ahead- Oan- 

• gtr bctaave we are asleep to our possibilities. He ns=tl strong language 
lik< the wiitchinan on the wait.'"' He is anxious about his people and is 
"try in*; tu "wake them up." 
. : lu times like these wc as a Race ncei'l tme nr;n for leadership, we- 

i twed wise men for leadership; we need men who think and ael like free 
- men, not-lhose who arc staves at heart. Wc need those who have 

vision, who can see our possibilities. 
£ 'fix liorae or the ox has great no-vcr Man rule> them because 

;, JinsBaoat thinks thenv. Tf ft were |.iossiiilc fur them to rcaijze their 
power they would be th:. masters. f . 

■ Wc uccd an awakening. We are like the hoTse or ox. hi that 

" we do not use- our poscihilttes to-.otir advantage, Look! for a moment, 

at the moin-y we cam and spend in this*vily cacti day. (Her tinyWhous- 

: and dollars is a conservative cstiniateAlfow tlindi of it is jundletl in. 

• contiiKtcuif way by members of oar -Race?" 

There is a reason for the statement, the tragedy of ihc age to. see. 

Our peViple asleep. We need a few more tnell'WJIh a vision, tt'ho, will 

tqtlnd the clarion calt, and tsll.a weary. pcojite that the day has come 

I for thetn, Jike the Prodigal 'Son, come to themselves and then, wc with 

i- the DRiitd. heart of anoiher rejokt together. • -, 

\V]hat -ire you doing towards awakening your fcllowman? He is 

Wind who go along the same old rirls. lie is blind: who spends.- all he 

earns, llv i- asleep' who sits quietly hy and, see his. civil and (.>ulitkal 

*%hJn taken from. him without -protest. " -1" ."" " 

: ---~ ~. -l*t us- all (jray f Br it mjshiy aw akcaiiu ; g| our peool_e everywintrv- 

i: Onee'aiWalcr, the problem is solved. * . """'"■ 




JUDGE SAYS A HINDU 
IS OF WHITE RACE 



Ik Hie llmlliiK of Irtstrlet JuiIrc 3. D. 
full <>f Itrlithnm CKy. Utah. As a con - 
sequenrie l'uin (l Singh, -Id, bow Is an 
AitieriiJin citizen. TJie Jadirc ruled 
Ihitt a Hindu ;lieIonjrs R) the while ntm 
antl einurs within the meaning of the 
iiiiiiirii.li/.Jiilon statute, which limits 
applicant:* for cillsciixhlp to all free 
IU'rxoitH of the white race, or ueraona 
of African birth or descent. 



Ixepjrocs Appeal to Conere:« Chars- 
ine 1 tall at D is rr I in Ina I lot i In 
Southern States ... 
WASBtSOTON, Jan. C— The de- 
partment of Justice Ihim hct'U HHkltl to 
Invest ii>ii to ulk'E'xl dlserlruliiiilioii 
itftainnt NegTO vu!crn iu Soulherii 
rnntew, Hie Imtiso oVAiim - eiinuuiUu! 
was told last w'ci-k byrt-prewulalive 
ot tin' Ntiiluiinl Atwoclntwn for Hie 

^Vili.-iuiemciit of ("oloriil l'isiple. 

"Snuiliern uii-nilH'n* «( Hi'' c» pip nil if... 

htl hy Aswcll. I^iidsliimr; Ilee, Texas, 
and Ijir^'ii, (Jciirplii, protnttisl tltut No- 
(irii wllmiucs were "Insultliu! Uoulhern 
ci mi mi in wi -alt lis." 

Xi'ifTii witnesWH nnkitl that South- 
ern isiiiKresjiicnml repii-Hciitutlou he 
riilii(T*l lHt'iuiHt' "Ni'Hroes are not ul- 
loivcd to vote." 

■They are allowed (0 VHte." B*Jtt6- 
sentatlve ljirsc-n said "They do not 
viile beiniisi.' they do mil u'Mit lo." 



RACE CONFERENCE 

HELD IN VlRQINIA 

Assiriatrd Neuro I'nwH 

WASHINGTON. 1>. <'.. Jan. .0.— A 
nuiftTi-ni-e or Ncxrocs of Norlheru Vir- 
ginia .for the par|BM(- of couslderliij; 
■ pvi'im-ni i.f ilu- Oil<*ri-d \»'\>v la- 
in ihnt Miliiin was liehi ill U;i- 



ini!«sns, Vh-jtiniii. Thia reference wbh 
similar in all respects to the conference 
held nl Tuskesee Inatilutr, Health, 
imiiltatiou. better schools, better farm- 
ing anil pood eillsenshlii wert\ (liscuss- 

cti. Prof, diaries IM. Thoataa of Diui- 
liar High School, of this city spoke at 
one of the aesslona, baaing Ills talk on 
eoiidlUniiH iu i/;iilsii and Londou couii- 
lli'f as lie fuund theni. 

MEXICi^KEfSs'lNSnLT 



Nr.tloual Nei;ro PrmiH Assoelatlmi 

AtrsTlN, (Tear.. Jan. fl.— MnicalLi 
ri'seiit Uelnjf enlled "(in'tLsera.". This 

wan -tit? anHist rtrtrd - tt- fdlOTt -.Trlille nSo 
When u white' iravi'lliiK salesmnii tintl 
bis thrust cut. fruui ear to ear after 

lie hail referred tu tin .Msjxicim lasiple 
as low-down ' ' Hiea w tu a." " W» affair 
iK-eiirriii uiJoit 80 M. K. and T, train. 
It npiH'ars that the white tnivellnu 
milesinmi eume Into a roach whleh was 
lirWIy well IllUil w-ltli Mexleuns wliu 
were Koine to various polutH in Texas 
ami some to their lioine In Mexico from 
the cotton lleldH slul lsluir minis. It 
aplHiirH tliat this wlilte lunu could 
Hud no si ■!! i. He became Iiifiiratiil, 
iiml hhirteil out. It is snlil lu su,l«staiiiiT 
(lie fullim-iii;:: "It Is mi outra)to Mutt 
i, white i ii it Ik in u't Hilda neat lira trnlu 
ami that all these low-down Mexlcnn 
llreasci-s are comfortably si-ntisl whllit 
I iitu-t Hlnlid up." It In said that lie 
■tplHlllllisr Ihis kind of ltJtnilirjuliij* fur 
a-yeral miles on the fust 'moving train 
Hlilll oiie. of thft Mexicans rose fro 

tn curvi' mi this white - 



ling Ills throat from en' to car. I 
Is sold that the man dletJ almost )i 
rtlantly. When two other, white me 
came lo (he rescue "f the Injured Jiia 
they too, were Riven their share. Til 
ite\lcaii mi nrrest-sl ami pu» M Ji 
chanted with murder, but' It Is sat 
that he has made no remarks eieei 
that Ids people are mc u ^^"Sgi 
of them are ritiaeiis "f the l HUP 
stales. It .leveh.jM.tl Hint iheKC iH-c-pl 
are «S nine!. nposMi '" , M ' lS fffi 
out of their mimes as Hie J«i""> " K 
Id> In this.c.uniry .ire lo bB&s|M| 
Jups. a.i.3 tluit this Is Just ns.di-asf 
fill Hi thr-n, as I! is 10 ilu- Coloml PCI 
le to call thi'm "JtlKW." 
The .affair has rJWStrt "" m 
eniament, mid II U, said down this wa 
turn it I" the Dm lwaon in ■ "»" 
thai the Mexican |H-o|.le Intend t» Btv 
to the while people of Ihc ilf 
Riitw iu rcferrhiB to 'heni or adrterai 

Hit; llieui In an iinBtiU'/Tiiiuily fWWrj 



JAPANESE START A . 
RIOT IN AUSTRALC 

Asaodatcd Scfert frew - ' . : * 
BTDSBV. Aiisfralla. Hoe. 21. --A 

urm.-d .liiimm-si.. ■-tHliulire racial coiiwl 
tv r«n iimuck in llnsmie. Wester 
Australia, lb- center of the ncurlhi 

industry, whore Idrfii- niiinber* of Jn] 
iinese are empl (, J'™. 

In ii Jteuerfcl riot wlihh followed tw 

Jaimwsc »e\ Is mid a number o 

ciihers were Aoiiiidcl. Two white P( 
IbTiocli were l\jureil. 

Later fkc rii* h.-i whs restl and nl 
■ i as special »"oii 
niihly orjwnlw 
■r iiiiny oDleeri 



CAKI) OF THANKS 
We wlsu in ihii nk nor malty ErtenJd* 
or llwlr Wndtuws [ItirtnK the illness 
■f our dear uiufhi-r. S'umy ItiiKlu-s. 

» lui. departed this life S«r. '11. eauri'-i 

illLv ilu we lliank Itnliiusiui (inlile chili 
nr their sivn-t iiiiiihih-iin" mul heaiitl- 
nl floral. 

Yniirs in sorrow, 
MitS. JIATTIH TfXWIX. .IsnRliter 
IIIINUV i;tHIS«¥, sou. 



IN MKAMIItlAVI 



iiimerv <rf our iH-lnypd 

fntlli-r. folllll- Allied 

i.hI ihi- life two rears 



THE JjEGKH VOTE'IN-THE SOL'TH ; 

"a is said that a storm of protest ha <; cuine from Southern repre-^ 

Siveson the committee- of cctusus. following #: charge made by 

e Naitosial Assciciatkm for the Advancement of Colored IVopt?, tliat 

'tmjnw discrinunitipn agninst Kegro voters in Ihe Southern States. 

' -.:' : : ;: Representative. Larsen of tieorgiii'said.it was -an "insult" to die, 

;SoiBhVril commonwealths to make such a clfargc' lie irrarttlcrt'nSe 

it^teineiits ;is false, and sajd, ''They (lu not vite because they fk' not 

vai^ to.** Wc do* not persona Ily know Mr. Lassen from (ieorgia, .nor { 

3dr~ A*vvell of Unitstatia, inillicr do we know Mr. IVx of Texas, who's 

are member? =>l the connnittet: on Census : ltul we ar^ -(uitc sure tliat I 

WQ one will take them seriously wlten they say the Negro does not want j 

;. >b vote. Tht recent I'rcsideuvtal election, when five Xcfiroes lost their t 

tew fyiuif to rate in Louisiana is i*!silive proof that the Negroes "not | 

, Only wanted to vote hot ihcy were willing to (Jic for tliat right. 

■; It is not strange, Ijdwever, tp hear these Southern statesmen say,| 

."They Tote if they want to-" ""Nsjliese representatives l£now what thel 

Colored] people have gone rhrongli in these Southern States for ihe' 

, *af« of ttte ballot. In fact, we would not he surprised, to hear some! 

■Negroes lh«n*sches, actually say ihcy did riot want to vote «r that thel 

N£grues have no taisincss in jKilitics. lint it rcmiritls us of the .story | 

trand.ia tlie to teO us ahout their longings for i rcedotn. but always i 

afraid to- tell their masters, for fear the chains ofj slavery ivould be f 

- I orged %hter. Everbody knows that there is no truth' in such sUte-j 

merits- N"l that -we. care a. tinkers deru about what those white rcpre- [' 

tentative^ viy ectneerniwg llie-riitgro voting. in the South. But the thing 

"ths* »I*»"tb9 us -nwisi is that *onw, .Xcgfoes 'themselves will say theyj 

dxo't want to vote. Brethren let's .t|"ii lying - about those essential: 

tbfngA that affect uv^sa race. Lets tell ihc truth if we l»ve to die thef 

-«'«* mmute. :,""*- 




wtfa, .Miiile Bostlek wl 

1 hi » life. Jan. 6. 1919. 

So often my heart doih waXcler. 

To a crave so fat * » » » S|f l 
Where they laid you dear Annie, 

Just one year bro today, 
tjone but not forgotten by dear ti 



Itcv 



A. H. Hoslick. 
IN MKMORI AM 



In memory of Hannah Davis, who" 
eparted this life Jan. 1*. 1310. at, 
le ase of 70 yeai'a and 25 days. j 
■arllnu mother, how we inlss thee, 
lien we recall that dismal knell;' 
St the holy spirit whispers, 

Jesus doeth nil things well. 
>'e are bowed ;is Cod's kepi orphans. 

in a meek and humble hand. 

.'alllni; for that. "Come ye blessed: 
Conic and Join lite ransoisedu j 

ar beyoml this v:ttc of Sorrow; 
Where the klnf; or glory Hiands," 

n that bright and glorious morrow. 
We will clasp our mother's hand. 1 
Sadly missed by her four children. 
Mrs, Callle Alston, Oliver, Tom.' 

nd Julia Davis. 



i'l" 



HCH*D-VOUR JOBS . • •":: 

Perhaps no subject slvuild claim tftr attention just now more 
than tliat of e»ipk>>*metu. The fellow on his |qI-» is the fellow on the 
winning ^de, for. the "almighty dollar" is slowly, but surely. coming 
into its own again. A dollar today .will huy npom'tlian it has in a long \ " 



: '. tirnc, with bright prosjitct! 

Wc are mindful of the report coming from the Hotel and Restau- 
rant Men's Association, stating that the Negro waiters would hofd their | 
;. ..j*s as lotiR as they did their work- satisfactorily. This is a mighty j 
c h>'*" ,, K c : . ** 'he Mum -wiw bare I hose jobs- Their poise, their foreli 
; Ihoaght, (heir, good judgment, their inteiitgence and industry ail ptay!':- 

an important part in enabling them' to n wiie good. ; 

"'.-.." ^ H isobviionsto say that while at work one shook! save some *f j 

: 0wr earnings. Few o* us earn-jso little that we cannot ^ai-e some tl.sptj 

; only -will. The man who saves today will be the fellow who wnt he| 

aheatl I tomorrow-. Let us all Use uar thoughts lo a- better adTatitage^b}- i 

working a little more, asid saving a linle snore. ' ' 



IN MKMiiia m 

ii loilUB reinenilirutUT "f our dear 
ibaiul asd fnrhvi'. Andrew Wlill-c. 
■ i ilepartisl lids 11 le one year alio, 
i.mry 11. Ififflrt, 

Unite lui; no! forcotten. 
:.tIIv iiiimrd In* Mrs. Kllen TvTMte, 
■■: fhihlrcii : Tfiticy White. Dsts 
Imw. !«.. Charl.-s S, White. Mrs. Ni-I - 

liraiit. t'hi<iiK". 1M. Mrs, f|nki--j 

.liiiiKl-n. .Mrs. l,la,T«.wt.A.|id. r!"_-_'I ■ 
s. I'allle Turner, 



iiiuiu-l Wli 



IN MKMOR1AM 



Aihtmieh .von ni'i A'i'ii.'. 

Too arc iii.l f<ir Rut ten ; 
Your memory shall never fade'. ' 
LOTing bi'srls will slways lioax-r 
Around Hie enve where yon 
laid. 



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CA.KI1 Or THANKS 

I wish to thank the iwidIr-Ts uf Ihe 
White Bose Aid, Club wli,. w. s«-.s>tl.v 
remembered me Jiiuas wtlj) '«ble rbiili 
nspktni- and Jar.tliiler>"if nowcrs. They 
nri; an tfoUows : Uevtaaws 1*. Alei.au-. 
der P. Tb"ma»on. Piuimh A. Tides 
Holly. KeTfrjTM. Siuiinli.s .;rn-ii, f.-r 
hlna. J, Mill-r. Uarttaes, M.-Kiiiu.-v, 
Sw»in. P I-et-. A. R*rH1;. S Miwi., 
T. Hf-nd rirfc.1. \. tJIisspy, I, Stniiriarl 

O. Eialers. M VVritcbi- PnUVts M 

IsStssr. tlearlo. Mb*-*, I.. J.d*. I. Ales 

i-i-i.T. i-; u.-.(. M. Pstrls, iHijttmi' 
Esteiis AUiHi. ninlisHI 



llahle WHs" 

M«nl 



1 'lays. 4fCtt I 



i I'ltie. 

.i weotts, tL-i. 3I0B Uwtow 

It llnrdy. 47. 11 S. 'Tiiil _ 

Catherine Walker. 3*63 KmiikHn. 
M J.-rdin. 7 m».. »11 N. Mt n 
W. Jimes. H, Wl lat-sli*. 



Itplwrt Lone, father; Annie Blanlrn 
\.-l!i.- Vlllur, sisters: Ro(*rt I^ne. Jr. 
brother: An-b ni«.nks. (ins Vlllai 
bn.t hers In-law: Ktbel Hides, sister -Id 
Isn and frlr>nds. 



BURIAL PERMITS 

he— >r..-l!. 41. B3! i'liie 
A Dntb« a. Htl Mi.rtnii 
iatfu LeiianJ. 4K. 17S« firarhit 
Otab It. Jofws. 1H.2I31 Iiivlxlon 

MsWe afrtarter. 33. "atii fiarrts-m 

3. VswtSJ, 44. SIS V Kwo»jr 
f^etauw Csr-mwuy. ,:.',, -.•.Jls Wilis , 
1. Hctwff-T, «*, 105 S iai - / 

W IJK-kWt. :.-•. Ills N. MsVtJi / 



MJ« 



JACKSON FINED S300 
i FOR SHOOTING OWENS t 

j Chartes Jackson was fined flOO in 
-i|td«e Mlx'a Court, Wednesday morn-; 

:.:£. tor shoot 1 lift W L. Owens, on 
' Tussday. IVr. 14, Jackson la a real 
'estate dealer, with offlces at 103 Mu 

-Ii-fferi-on Avenue and had trouble 
- with Owens over the control of the 

building at that number. 



Make your skin 

bright, healthy 
and beautiful 



It it the atfnration of all vOomen of culture 
one? intelligence 'to attain heaui-g 

A -smooth, clear complexion of delicate soft- 
ness, ^ree from blemishes and blackheads, is 
indicative of intelligent care and refinement. 



Dr. Fred Palmer's Skin whitcner preparations are 

sought hy the most fastidious women, ' as tho 
means of lightening, healing and beautifying tho 
skin. They are absolutely harmless, entirely free 
from vasoline, and will not promote the growth 
of hair upon the face. , 

The Dr. Fred Palmer method of hoauty treatment, 
if used with regularity, .promises a. reward that 
will warrant its systematic use, * 

You can Recti re a complete set of Dr. Kred 
Palmer's Toilet Preparations from your druggist. 

First, steam the- face, neck, hand3 and arms thor- 
oughly with a turkish towel, as hot as the. skin 
can bear. Itepcat this three or four times. Then 
rub Dr. Fred Palmer's Skin WhHencr Soap gently' 
into the -skin with a soft wash rag, using hot 
water. Rub this lather gently, but thoroughly 
into Ihc akin, and then rinse off thoroughly with 
hot water. 



Next, with the fingcrUips, thoroughly rub Dr. Kred 
Palmcr'a Skin whitener into the skin. Dr. Fred' 
Palmer's Skin Whitener has earned for itself a 
reputation never attained by other skin-creams. 




It -ia made hy competent chemiets, and only the 
best of each class of ingredients is used. It is 
creamy white, smooth as velvety sweetly perfumed. 

After rubbing the Skin Whitener id thoroughly, 
until it is absorbed by the skin, apply Di*. Fred 
Palmer's Skin Whitener Powder, r, dainty, sweetly- 
scented face powder, that protects the face from 
sun-burn or chafe, and enhance the lightness of 
tho complexion. 

In ten days or a week's, time, the effect of this 
treatment will be noticed. Blackheads, blemishes 
and discolorations will disappear. Gradually the 
skin will take on a lighter, brighter tinge that 
radiates healthfulness and beauty. 

In addition to the soap, cream and powder, Dr. 
Fred Palmer has prepared $ hair dresser that 13 
without -equal for straightening, softening and 
increasing the growth"* of the hair. Only a hair 
dresser par-excejlence would be marked with Dr. 
Fred Palmer's name, which' has always stood for 
quality in 'toilet preparations. 

There are many imitations of Dr. Fred Palmer's 

preparativns, so be sure to askjffor them by full 
name. ** 



25 cents each at your JrujJrJiW, or sent pottpaia* upon receipt of 
the purchiue price, pins 1 cent War tax. iNo toot tax on soap.) 



PHARMACY COMPANY 
Atlanta, . Ga. 



DR. FRED 

SKIN WHITENER 




PALMER'S 

PREPARATIONS 



Nell U SVott. fornw-rly of 2711 
JjsiisI street, died at M, I'harie.. Mo. 
MSIaiiJwi morning. Jan. 1. at ■ S a. m 
a- di*. result of nn Illness which k.^pt 
jfe Harriot- for the pa.t twf, ,™rs. HEIRS OF SLAVES TO 
MH.wAlnil^smployWJHssej.Jtrtn-i"^^? pp«™AiS ™ 
™n. the .well known business nuin - WW* rtlUrfiBrl JhN 

' 1Urt "_ M ^ 1 ™ ITL^"^ SOUTH WORTH $40-000 



Use 



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th* hest doctors nf tlw elly witi the Ajw ,_j, ti _i *_-__ »__, 



■ pains. In seeliHt that i '■ 



taw marriase wbirh was s 



litw iturtos h*r 
Hoe is survives! 

brother. 



-ivesl (by • ssafber s»l ; | 
wjll )/ IssMt rnueauirwed f , 





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TQ w f Desirous of engaging in a business of unlimited possi- jn 

wwtei 



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we are offering splendid opportunities. 

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